Last night, Pokémon Go quietly began rolling out in various countries around the world including the US, Japan, New Zealand and namely, Australia, where the North Territory Police Department published a Facebook post reminding new Players of the game to stay safe and watch their surroundings when playing the GPS-based mobile game.
This message came about as many players were stopping inside the Police station which is marked as a landmark in the game as a ‘Pokestop’ where players can collect items and pokéballs from Pokéstops all over town at various landmarks.
The message tips players that they don’t need to actually enter the Police Station in order to collect pokéballs. As well as reminds players “It’s also a good idea to look up, away from your phone and both ways before crossing the street. That Sandshrew isn’t going anywhere fast.” Then ends it with “Stay safe and catch ‘em all!”
that's why there is no monster here on the Philippines because they are afraid in our President! hahaha \m/,
Where do you live? The app is region based.. It's not out WW yet that's why there's no Pokemon in your area.
I can open my pokemon go here in philippines with no errors but no monster here in my area trying to figure out how to have one. But maybe there was a error in my app. Try to used the items to lure the pokemon for 30mins but my loction is not found. ...