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Sep 09, 2016 09:02 AM EDT

‘Pokemon GO’ Cheat for Pokevision Alternative: The Map to Locate Pokemons Faster and won’t Get You Banned

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This "Pokemon GO" cheat can help you level up faster because it helps you sight and catch the monsters without guessing no more.

"Pokemon GO" cheat using Pokecrew to locate Pokemons

Pokecrew is a map that shows off everything a player wants. It saves time while playing "Pokemon GO" since it can display the Pokestops and all the monsters' whereabout in the area.

Pokecrew uses a list of Pokemons including details when player clicks on a specific monster. Let the website know your location and then search for a Pokemon. The map will display the monsters in tiny icons. Players can find the nearby landmark within the location, too.

The map will then display only the selected Pokemon and the information such as primary moves, weight, egg distance and how many candy it takes to evolve.

To take note, this cheat is not GPS integrated. Hence, everything has to be manually typed. However, you will less likely to get banned since players do not need to link "Pokemon GO" account with the website.

Use Pokecrew to add Pokemon Sighting
As this cheat is a crowdsourcing system, players can also participate by adding their Pokemons in the sighting so the community can know where to catch them all. According to Jared Summer in his Medium blog, Pokecrew managed to gather 4 million of "Pokemon GO" players since its first launched in July.

In Pokecrew, everything works fast enough as it believes that players 'don't care about your website performance' or the engineering systems. What players care the most is a product that works and eases their effort in finding monsters without moving around and guessing.

This is why Pokecrew map loads faster on your device and it does make a good cheat sheet. The locator is free to use and helps trainers to level up fast enough.

The rage in "Pokemon GO" has not fadeed so far even though it is reportedly being ditched by many.

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