It’s been around a month since Pokemon GO first rolled out, people still seem to be obsessed with the game. We’re guessing there are plenty who are struggling to locate fresh Pokemon now, which might mean they need a helping hand.
The trouble is, Niantic have hit Pokemon GO players with a bit of a double whammy. Not only did they respond to the broken Pokemon tracking feature by removing it altogether, but they also banned access to their data for a number of reliable third party tracking tools, such as PokeVision.
There are still some Pokemon tracking tools out there, though they’re of varying quality and usefulness. Here’s a run-down of four of them.
We should note that none of these apps is anywhere near 100 percent accurate, as evidenced by their varying results. They also vary in usefulness by location, with those in big cities seeming to get better results in general.
Our advice: download them all and see which are most useful for your particular area.
Go Radar has a lot going for it. It’s free, doesn’t require login, and it has one of the crisper UIs of the lot. You can also set a handy filter so that you steer clear of all tho…