Oct 12, 2016 01:02 PM EDT
'Pokemon GO' Cheat: Two Widely-Used Hacks to Track Pokemons are Still Working? [VIDEO]
There are few Pokemon GO cheats that can still be used before Niantic radar reaches to them.
"Pokemon GO" cheat using PokeMesh
PokeMesh is one of the most reliable hacks to track Pokemons, according to Neurogadget. Since PokeMesh is being used widely, the developers of the cheat always rolls out updates to their Twitter followers. The tracker is apparently experiencing an issue; however, its developer is currently working on to fix the problem and update the status.
Any 3rd party tool including bots and maps are not working anymore till a new crack will come. We will give updates about the status— PokéMesh (@PokeMeshApp) October 7, 2016
PokeMesh live radar has been recommended by many players in searching for the pocket monsters.
"Pokemon GO" cheat using PokeWhere
Another "Pokemon GO" hack that can be an alternative to PokeMesh is PokeWhere. Currently, the developer is rolling out a poll for users whether or not they want to fill a captcha when using the app. This could be a new feature update with the upcoming PokeWhere version to tackle Niantic's radar in stopping third-party hacks in accesing "Pokemon GO" gameplay.
As a real-time "Pokemon GO" tracker, the app works for iOS and Android platforms
If we had to would you be willing to fill out a captcha to scan every once in a while?— PokeWhere (@PokewhereGO) October 6, 2016
"Pokemon GO" updates
Meanwhile, the game itself is currently on the latest version as Niantic rolled out the update - bringing major features to catch bonus and to improve gym training experience. Trainers are now able to bring along six Pokemon creatures to a gym battle, BGR has learned.
Other additions include egg and incubator screen which won't need you to reopen the screen. Audio problems have been fixed and the evolution animation time has also been decreased. The "Pokemon GO" update, however, is only available for selected devices.