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Sep 08, 2016 12:52 PM EDT

'Pokemon GO' Cheat: The Map that Makes Catching Pokemons Easier; Could This Bring Back Players who Ditched The Game?


"Pokemon GO" craze does not end with Niantic banning hacks. Tech giant as huge as Google now follow along to provide a dedicated feature for the mobile game.

"Pokemon GO" Google Maps: "Catching Pokemons" feature

By updating the Google Maps to its latest version, you will find "Catching Pokemon" feature added in the timeline.

The feature however, does not tell where the monsters are located; rather, allowing the gamers to inform each other about the creatures they have caught.

Many players have uninstalled "Pokemon GO" after Niantic bans third-party apps and bots. However, although some of the cheats still work, the gamers have no longer had the spirit to play. Heavy reported that the game's daily users amount have declined.

Not to mention, the ones getting banned for using "Pokemon GO" cheats have to submit an appeal in order to get their account back. It seems a lot to take for someone who just want to catch Pikachu.

Earlier today, Apple Watch series 2 was announced by Apple with a surprising update. Players will be able to download the Pokemon GO app in the wearable. This means that they do not need to check their iPhones for any monster or track their miles of walk because everything is presented on the gear's screen.

While these have nothing to do with the cheats or hacks, these integrations can be a great step to bring back the popularity of "Pokemon GO".

"Pokemon GO" cheats and hacks that are still working

There are in fact, many cheats for iOS and Android versions that still work. The hacks are commonly a website or an app that performs as a radar or scanner; to hunt the Pokemons. These cheats include FlyGPS, FastPokeMap, PokeFinder and Poke Radar.

Have you used any of the "Pokemon GO" cheats and how do you find the hack so far?

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