Overwatch: How to Fix Symmetra

Symmetra was always quite an interesting hero, she is the one that was reworked twice already, and I am sure that she is expecting, even more, reworks in the future. In this article, I will try to predict how daddy Jeff could fix that interesting hero.

Let’s start with the announcements of Jeff Kaplan and what he said about upcoming changes to Symmetra. First of all he announced that Symmetra is in one list with the next heroes:

  • Mei
  • Sombra
  • Hanzo

And we already know the changes in the next two heroes. Hanzo now has another abilityVolley, that is increasing his attack speed giving him an ability to instantly fire six arrows one after another. Goodbye imbalanced Scattered Arrow, we will miss you! Sombra was greatly rebalanced and now we have a decent hero that could find some use in the ranked matches. But let’s talk about the queen of this topic – about Symmetra.

As far as I know, she will not receive some game-breaking changes. She will be switched to the DPS class and her toolkit will be changed a lot. Now her blaster is an awesome weapon but they took away the self-aiming feature. Her clip will automatically reload if Symmetra is attacking Barriers or energy-shielded heroes. That is incredible considering the current Overwatch Double Barrier meta. She will cut through these barriers like a hot knife through the butter.

Symmetra is an interesting champion, but her toolkit is strange. Turrets that could be wiped out with a single rocket, teleport on incredibly short distances and Ultimate – the giant barrier. Well, Barrier could find some use, but if the dive compositions will come back to the meta, this ultimate will again become almost useless. Guns is good, but if you want to be useful you need to master this hero to find the best usage of her arsenal.

Looking at the recent changes in Sombra, I think that they will do everything they can to bring Symmetra back to the competitive games. The only way they could do that is to make sure that Symmetra would be used as an offensive hero, not like some builder. After all, her new gun is an awesome tool in the right hands, so you NEED to learn how to use it. Even boosters at are saying that Symmetra could be efficiently used in the current gaming situation.

The recent change would make Symmetra mains (if there are some of this kind of people) happier and it will insanely increase the options when this hero could be used. The only goal of Blizzard is to make Overwatch heroes independently useful, which can be used even without quick-charged Ultimate abilities. That is why Mercy’s Valkyrie was nerfed so hard, while Sombra’s ultimate was buffed a lot. The main thing that Blizzard wants is to support as many heroes as possible on every map and mode.

I hope that Blizzard would remember that Symmetra always was a defensive hero and they will keep her tools for this part of the game. The shield generator is an awesome ability, but how could it be used to gain the maximum efficiency in ranked games?


How to Make Your Mobile Business App Stand Out?

The apps store is saturated with apps. It is important to make your app stand out if you are going to attract a unique audience, not just your customers who may already be familiar with your products or services from your website or social media.

Tips to help make your mobile business app stand out

Mobile app design

It all starts with your app design. The logo, color themes, and fonts used. A lot of focus should be put into these aspects of your app. You would want something that looks good, doesn’t look like anything else on the app store, and lastly, something that you would be proud to represent your brand.

Niche focus

This seems quite obvious, however, it is still worth noting. Put your business app in a super niche. When you begin to get downloads and traction, offer people incentives such that they leave reviews on the app store. Then after that, you may start to widen the focus of your niche.

Talk to your customers 

It goes without saying, before starting the development process, carry out extensive research about how apps function. Talk to your customers, find out what they think about an app for your type of business. Would they find it very valuable? Would they want to download it? After launching your app, do encourage customers to rate and share it. Perhaps offer them incentives for sharing or getting other people to download the app.

Talk about your app on social media

When launching the app. Curate a lot of content promoting it on social media. Talk about it and always add a link to the app store where it can be downloaded. Focus content on its benefits and the pain points it solves.

Advertise through podcasts

Podcasts may not be as popular as social media. But they are great if you want to reach a niche audience. Whatever niche your app serves, there are several podcasts that cater to that niche. Podcasts often have engaged and loyal listeners, who are also usually enthusiastic early adopters.

To effectively leverage a mobile business app to your advantage. You must be willing to be unconventional. Think outside the box, however, do not stray too far from the norm. By this I mean, carefully study what successful apps are doing, and put your own unique spin to it.

Doing this alone is a tedious process. Hire the professional app developers from Pensacola, Florida to make things as easy as a breeze.


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Overwatch How To: Flankers

In this video, you could see how Linkzr from Houston at Genji is using the shortest flank route in order to get to the enemies as quickly as possible. He has his ultimate, Dragonblade, ready and he will definitely use it well. This is an awesome example of how even a little different approach to the enemies could turn the whole fight.

At the next fragment of the video, we could see how Saebyeolbe is showing the best flank you could ever see. He is blinking into the enemies as Traces while the teammates are buying him some time to show the best he could. This route was not sneaky at all, but the job was done and that is the only thing that must bother you.

And the last, but not the least example is showing how Jack is trying to flank opponents as Tracer but make one little, but a critical mistake – he had one of his abilities on cooldown. While you are getting behind enemies it is a crucial thing – to have every escaping ability off-cd and to watch for the cooldowns of enemies. You could see how Jake enters a closed room with Ana and Zenyatta, while Ana’s Sleeping Dart was available. The result is simple – Ana is putting him to sleep, while Zen is charging his balls. Do not think that it is hard to hit enemies with the sleeping dart, at the professional scene such a move is a common thing. Always keep your attention to the abilities before diving.

In Overwatch, there are a ton of interesting things that must be considered to be good at flanking, but still, you will need a hundred practice hours to know how to act in various situations in every game. Almost every game will be unique and you will not be able to find the 100% working pattern, following which you will always obtain the best possible results, according to boosters from this will never work. Remember that Flanking is not a strategy, it is just a method that must be used on certain heroes to increase their efforts to the game’s outcome.

To master the flanking skill you need to spend at least 25 games in the real matches, please use quick games for training, do not ruin games for your possible allies who are willing to win the game. With practice, you start to notice little details that were hidden under the veil of shadows before, like when your allies will be ready to dive, or when enemies will have their key abilities on cooldown. Always keep your eyes open and look for different flanking paths and never use them twice in a match. You need to keep enemies distracted, but if they will expect you from this certain direction, you will never meet the results you are expecting.

Dive from sides, dive from above, dive from behind. But always make sure that you will not die and always look for an opportunity to quickly kill somebody. Only with such an approach, you will be useful for your team! Remember that flankers is a dynamic class that is extremely fun to play, but you need to keep in mind a ton of useful information.