Go Radar - Live Map for Pokémon GO
by: GO Radar LLC • 6.5K
There wasn’t any shortage of news reports when Pokemon GO first came out. From stampedes when people found rare Pokemon, to others stepping through historic sites as well as private property. For the hardcore GO fan who just can’t catch enough Pokemon, Go Radar brings a full-fledged map app straight to your device. Using data not from Niantic servers, but rather other GO players. You’ll see not only what Pokemon are available, but as well as the expiration time. Just load up the app, check out the map, and start catching them all. But please, play safely.
Go Radar brings an intuitive map feature filled with accurate and up-to-date street and city information, with a well-designed UI that’s customizable, allowing you to track the Pokemon you want to, making this app almost surprisingly useful, if not for its defects.
You’ll find yourself watching more fullscreen video ads and playing unskippable demos than actually catching any Pokemon, with the GPS features draining your battery hard, as well as very limited crowdsourced data.
Dec 22, 2016
Go Radar is an assistant app for Pokémon GO that tracks all Pokemon around the world in real time. Need to catch rare Pokemon? Be notified the second they spawn near you!
We track over 140,000 currently spawned Pokemon at all times using crowdsourced data from users. No login is necessary and it's completely free!
Unlike other radars, no scanning is required. We track the most Pokemon and notify you faster than other radar apps. Simply open the app and begin catching rare Pokemon.
In addition to tracking Pokemon, Go Radar gives you walking and driving directions to spawned Pokemon using Apple Maps. Never miss another rare Pokemon.
Please note that since our data is user submitted some areas might not have many Pokemon. We are working on this but it will take time.
The data used in Go Radar is all user submitted and completely safe. We never interact with Niantic servers. We are not associated, affiliated, sponsored, or endorsed by Niantic or the Pokémon Company. We do not hold the rights to any copyrighted material.