Sep 02, 2016 10:05 AM EDT
'Pokemon GO' Cheat for PokeVision Alternatives: These Hacks Still Work to Catch Rare Pokemons
"Pokemon GO" gamers have to live up to playing the game traditionally since Pokevision is down. However, there are a few working apps that players can still use as a radar to track the monsters.
"Pokemon GO" cheat using Poke Alert
Poke Alert, literally alerts you when there is a rare Pokemon nearby. According to TheBitBag, the tracking app is not as accurate as PokeVision but it can show players the exact location and how long the monster will stay there.
"Pokemon GO" cheat using Poke Radar
This useful radar helps players to hunt Pokemons in the game. Ever since Pokevision is down, players have been switching to this app to get the real-time locations of all monsters nearby, LifeHacker reported. The cheat still works because it does not use "Pokemon GO" API. Instead, it relies on the submitted information from the communities to help the others see what they're catching and where.
"Pokemon GO" cheat using PokeFinder
PokeFinder can achieve the player's goal to catch them all. The platform is nicely built and as the Pokevision alternative, it works similarly to Poke Radar. There is a map that shows the player's current location and the surrounding area will display all Pokemons and where to catch them.
— Joshua Maciak (@JoshuaMaciak) August 23, 2016
"Pokemon GO" cheat using FastPokeMap
FastPokeMap is another tracker that can replace your Pokevision. It works for iOS platform and currently one of the widely used third-party app to hunt the monsters within walking distance.
"Pokemon GO" cheat using Pokemesh
So far, Pokemesh has not shown any sign of server down. The tracker has even made an improvement on features. In fact, Pokemesh updates users with the latest changes they have done via Twitter. The tracking app once managed to scan 150,000 of monsters with an average of 30,000 per minute.
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