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Pokémon Go is a free-to-play location-based, augmented reality game. It’s massively popular now. You can catch virtual creatures with your smartphones by VR technology. The game blurs the boundaries between the virtual space and real space. The ultimate goal of the game is to complete the entries in the Pokédex, a comprehensive Pokémon encyclopedia, by capturing and evolving to obtain the original 151 Pokémon. The rare Pokemon is difficult to catch. And if you are in higher level, it’s more difficult to catch new Pokemon. Pokestops provide Poke balls which used to catch Pokemon and various items. It will be more difficult to catch new Pokemon when you have captured enough Pokemon. At this time, PokeVision is useful to help you find Pokemon.

The Pokemon that are lower down on the list are likely to be three footsteps away, the ones in the middle are more likely to be two and those at the top are more likely to be one footstep away. The Pokemon closest to you will be listed as first on the tracker. Latency may throw off the tracker a bit at times. Additionally, the tracker can let you know when to find new hunting spots. If you're in a crappy spot, there won't be many Pokemon on your tracker. As you walk, away from the Pokemon, it will drop down on the list. It's kind-of like playing "Hot or Cold" as a kid. As the Pokemon move up on the list you're getting "hotter" and as they move down you're getting "colder."

But after update, Niantic killed in-app tracking, as well as all tracking in general! So that handy 1 to 3 step display on the ‘nearby’ section of your app that recently glitched out—showing 3-steps for all Pokémon—just got worse. They’ve removed the entire display, so players now only know which pokémon are, sort of, somewhat, kind of nearby, without any sense of how far away they’ll be traveling to catch, in other words, it’s another useless Pidgey. And Niantic is now permanently banning people who are using third-party apps for "Pokémon GO," so we can learn some good alternatives for Pokevision if you are addicted in Pokemon Go.

One of the safest bets for Pokétracking at the moment is relying on crowdsourced tracker maps such as the popular Poké Radar, billed as "built by Pokémon GO enthusiasts for Pokémon GO enthusiasts."Fellow Pokémon trainers can share their discoveries through the app, although since trolls can try and fool other people, it may not be 100 percent accurate. Still, it's the best alternative out there.Apart from the web version, Poké Radar is available on Android and iOS as well, although as of this writing, the Google Play link is not working, at least for us.

Another Pokévision replacement is SkipLagged. This site is originally a travel website that gives out information about money-saving flights and hotels, and now it will also help you nab that elusive Snorlax.PokéCrew is also another nice alternative to Pokévision. You can filter the specific Pokémon you want to get, and it will show on the map.Pokénest is also another good tracker to use. It shows you where the "nests" are, or where Pokémon commonly spawn. It is not a real-time tracker per se, but a useful tool nonetheless. You can check it out here.
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