If you opened up Pokémon Go in the last 48 hours and noticed something different, it's because there's been a big update.
At first, things seemed good. You can now re-customize your avatar!
But people quickly noticed something was amiss: The tracking footprints, which have been bugged for days, are now completely gone.
What's worse, tracking sites like Pokévision — which helped trainers find nearby Pokémon since the footsteps feature was bugged — are mysteriously shutting down.
People are a little upset.
Actually, they're a lot upset.
In fact, the average rating of the app on Apple's App Store have plummeted as one-star reviews flood in.
People are even requesting refunds from iTunes and Google Play for in-app purchases due to the tracking changes, and users are reporting that their refunds are being granted.
It's getting a little dramatic.
It suuuuucksIt's fine, people need to calm down and be patientThe update is fine, but taking down tracking sites is pretty bogus
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How do you feel about the new update?
vote votesIt suuuuucks
vote votesIt's fine, people need to calm down and be patient
vote votesThe update is fine, but taking down tracking sites is pretty bogus