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'Pokemon Go' Cheat Update: PokeWin Ensures You Never Lose A Gym Battle Again; Here's How It Works!

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Gamers can now use PokeWin - an uncomplicated "Pokemon Go" Gym counter - to determine their chances of winning in Battle Gyms.

The easy-to-use app is developed by Reddit user known as Shyrioon. PokeWin is said to boost the fighting chance of the gamer's Pokemon by more than 50 percent. It simply lists all the possible competitors that are capable of defeating the player's Pokemon. The web-based app also discloses the rival Pokemon's CP (Combat Power) and most likely attack move.

Pokewin: Here's How It Works

First off, PokeWin categorizes the Pokemon on the basis of its Types and then suggest the most probable move that the Pokemon could use by performing some kind of algorithm. Although, a few players are not quite confident about the accuracy of the said app, the developer as well as some avid "Pokemon Go" gamers confirmed that it actually works, PokemonGo Hub reported.

The user-friendly app counter also provides the CP numbers. Users are expected to enter the CP numbers of the particular Pokemon and CP of the opponent gets automatically updated.

What PokeWin Users Say

PokeWin users were basically happy with the web-based app. The app developer too was quick to respond to queries in the Reddit forum.

The Big Question, Will Niantic Ban You For Using PokeWin?

Well, PokeWin is a third-party app but does not utilize the game developer's server resources. In other words, PokeWin users are safe from Niantic's soft as well as perma bans. PokeWin is not exactly a cheat tool, it just a Pokemon counter, according to iTechPost.

Just click at the Pokemon you have and adjust its CP, PokeWin will come up with a detailed counter of the Pokemon opponents to stay away from.

That being said, using any sort of short cuts that Niantic does not approve of to catch Pokemon or to perform any other task in the game does not coincide with the gist of the hit augmented-reality game, which is to explore the world around you. It is recommended to refrain from using "Pokemon Go" tips, tricks, cheats and hacks to be safe from being banned by developer of the mobile sensation.

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