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Have you seen the latest batch of Pokemon Go updates?

Niantic continues to roll out small updates for Pokémon Go on Android and iOS. The latest patch now allows users to a view a Pokémon's capture locationon its information screen. Now, newly caught Pokémon (and monsters you already own) will display a map with the pinned location of capture and date. This neat little feature would seem a lot cooler if Niantic hadn't already included a capture location map in the original version of Pokémon Go.
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