Yes, this is another post with GO Pokémon protagonist . Although it sure is of great interest to all those who enjoy kicking mobile streets in hand looking for the elusive animals. Do you want to find them all? It 's really complicated if you do not have a map detailing all that appear, do not you think? Well, that map there.
Poke Radar is a simple application based on web service of the same name with which you can find any game Pokémon Pokémon GO. Updated by users and aimed at these same users: Poke Radar is a localization tool generated in real time and managed to correct as many errors as possible. With it you're one step less to make you all.
Poke Radar is easy to use, although quite unstable
Poke Radar is maintained with some servers that do not support demand
The main problem Poke Radar, both in its app version and on its website, is that the servers that support the service does not support the huge number of requests made by the millions of users of Pokémon GO who want to complete faster your Pokédex and contribute to the development of the map. This results in a constant lack of response from the server, but the information is accessible if you have a little patience.
Poke Radar uses a map generated by Google Maps where we appear based on our location. Around we see what Pokémon have been reported recently. This means that we can go to the exact area to look for more copies, even though it is not close: the map can be moved with the option to extend a particular area.
Pokémon appear on the map in their hunting site with the date to which were seen
Apart from the direct search on the map, Poke Radar allows you to search a specific Pokémon subsequently locating it on the plane. And, if you click on the central Pokéball, we can report those Pokémon that we've seen thus collaborate with the community. It is even possible to assess the meetings thus correcting possible errors.