There’s More Social Interaction
This is probably the biggest change that’s been brought about by Pokemon GO since its launch nearly three weeks ago. Everywhere you look, people are on their phones, and you know for a fact that they’re trying to catch more Pokemon. The implementation of PokeStops and Lure Modules also play a big part in the social interaction that comes with the app. Lure Modules are expensive, so instead of buying one from the app store every time you want to catch Pokemon, trainers in the area have taken to hanging out at PokeStops to share their Lure Modules so everyone can join in the fun.
Hanging around a PokeStop is a great way to meet fellow trainers, compare Pokedex data, and just bond over your mutual love of Pokemon in general. Making new friends can be pretty cool, y’know? Now, instead of buying a second round of drinks at the local bar, trainers are buying Lure Modules and hooking them up for everyone who happens to be around.