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Finding a Charizard in Pokemon Go just got a whole lot easier

Over the past several weeks, Pokemon Go developer Niantic has been making significant changes—some obvious, some less so— to its popular mobile game. First, the company launched Pokemon Go Plus — a device which can capture Pokemon and collect items from PokeStops with a single button press. Then the spawn rates of rare Pokemon suddenly shot up, with dozens of trainers confirming that they were seeing Pokemon in their neighborhoods they'd never seen before.
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