You can now add the Pokémon Go egg hatching widget feature to your iOS or Android devices. This small widget, as the name indicates, focuses on your eggs, telling you how far you have to go to hatch the creatures, which you could previously only do in-game.
What Are the Pokemon GO Egg Hatching Widgets?
The hatch widget feature allows you to easily follow the progress of your Pokemon as well as the Eggs you’re hatching without ever opening the app.
This is due to the Widgets displaying a wealth of valuable information on the home screen of your phone. Niantic explains how to use Egg Hacting Widget with complete information you can read it here.
The Buddy Widget Shows:
- Which Pokemon is currently your Buddy.
- How many hearts you have earned from walking with your Buddy today.
- The distance you have to walk to earn a Buddy Heart.
- Your Buddy Pokemon’s hunger meter.
The Egg Hatching Widget Shows:
- Every Egg you are currently hatching and their type.
- The type of Incubator your hatching Eggs are in.
- The total and remaining walking distance required to hatch each Egg.
How To Get the Pokémon Go Egg Hatching Widget on iPhone
Here’s how to add the widget to your iOS:
- Press and hold down on an empty part of your home screen.
- Tap the ‘+’ button in the top left corner.
- Enter Pokémon Go.
- Select either the buddy or egg widget.
How To Add the Pokémon Go Egg Hatching Widget on Android?
Here’s how to add the widget to your Android:
- Press and hold an empty part of your home screen.
- Select widgets.
- Scroll until you see the Pokémon Go widget you want.
- Drag and place it where you want.
Here the Devise & Conquer: Productivity, Technology, ADHD (YouTube) explains how you can setup the egg hatching on your phone hopefully you find this video helpful.
That’s all you need to know about the Pokemon Go egg hatching widget as I’ll see you in the next guide.
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