Niantic Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Niantic, Inc. ( ny-AN-tick) is an American software development company based in San Francisco. Niantic is best known for developing the augmented reality mobile games Ingress, Pokémon Go, and Harry Potter: Wizards Unite. The company was formed as Niantic Labs in 2010 as an internal startup within Google. The company became an independent entity in October 2015. It has offices in San Francisco, Be
Cecilia D'Anastasio and Dhruv Mehrotra mentioned for Kotaku how Niantic the creators of Pokémon Go mapped the world. Now they're mapping you, "arry Potter: Wizards Unite, the latest game from the company behind Pokémon Go, lets players harness the magic of their childhood to combat monsters and collect shimmering digital artifacts across their local neighborhoods. Niantic’s apps certainly encourage gamers to get outdoors and get active, but behind the scenes, Wizards Unite is quietly casting another spell: collecting a surprising amount of data about where you go. Today, when you use Wizards Unite or Pokémon Go or any of Niantic’s other apps, your every move is getting documented and stored—up to 13 times a minute, according to the results of a Kotaku investigation. Even players who know that the apps record their location data are usually astonished once they look at just how much they’ve told Niantic about their lives through their footsteps."
Hostess/Cashier/Busser (Former Employee) says"I thought working here was generally...okay. I learned a lot about restaurants and I loved working in that business. Management was a bit hard to please, but overall I liked the experience."