Pokémon Go is the latest gaming app to hit the market, and it’s already a viral sensation. The game sends players out into the real world using GPS to navigate around the area to find, catch and train Pokémon. It’s revolutionary for the gaming industry, combining technology with a real-world experience, and is a big win for parents and children alike. However, with it come some safety concerns. While the game offers everyone a unique experience, each player has access to the same map of hot spots, and younger players could find themselves in unsafe situations. Though it was only released July 8, there have already been reports of robberies tied to the app. Here are some tips for you and your children to have a fun and safe Pokémon Go experience.