After the team behind Pokémon Go cracked down on numerous apps that helped players finding Pokémon in the AR game, there aren’t many options left to help narrow down your search.
Thankfully, Poke Radar is still standing. That’s because it doesn’t use the Pokémon Go API and doesn’t violate its terms of service; instead, it relies on tips submitted by users to to help you spot Pokemon near you on a map.
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You’ll not only be able to find locations to look for Pokémon, but also filter your search so it only displays areas where your Pokémon of choice can be found.
Originally developed for iOS, Poke Radar is now available on desktop as well as Android. However, it hasn’t yet arrived on Google Play, so you’ll need to download the APK from here and install it manually.