Are you prepared to be the very best? With these Pokemon GO companion apps, it is very possible. Despite the existence of three different teams, many Trainers are taking it upon themselves to create a comprehensive map of where to find the best Pokemon in Pokemon Go. This will definitely help those of us just starting out with Pokemon Go.
Want to know what Pokemon are available in your area? Here's are the best Pokemon Go Maps apps to help you out!
Pokemon Go Map Apps List
The following are said to be some of the best ways to track down Pokemon in Pokemon GO. Currently, these apps are available for Android devices only.
Isolating your current location after starting up, PokeCrew shows you the Pokemon caught near you and how far away they were. Pokemon are each assigned a "chance of sighting" rating. The database also documents and updates times of day the creatures are sighted.
At the moment, the documentation on Pokemon isn't fully complete. But, the app developer is hoping that with more community participation, the app can grow into a reliable map for where to find the best Pokemon.
2. Gotta Catch 'Em All
This app is currently only available in the Boston area. But, it has a wide variety of sorting options for users. These include things such as commonality in Common, Uncommon, Rare, Ultra-Rare, and Epics. Users can also refine their search in order to spot just one specific type of Pokemon.
Gotta Catch 'Em All has a lot of potential, so hopefully it will be released in a wider area.
Though not as comprehensive as Gotta Catch 'Em All, the app is said to have decent tracking options. There are limited sorting options, and there is a lack of coverage for rural areas. Larger towns will also have a lack of coverage, but this is the only app out of the three that possesses a worldwide map.
Truly, Pokemon Go has become a phenomenon, a phenomenon in as such detailed maps are now being created right and left to cater to the community. We hope these Pokemon Go Maps apps can help you in your quest to become the very best!
Which app do you think shows the most promise? What do you hope to see out of future map apps? Let us know in the comments!