We previously posted about an app called Poke Radar, which allows you to locate Pokemon on maps by relying on the Pokemon GO community to post where certain Pokemon spawn. PokeVision is an entirely different pokeball game. The program uses Niantic application programming interface, or API, to inform players about the location of Pokemon in Real-time.
The application is a little too good to be true, but it certainly works, as reported by different players. The program displays the exact location of a Pokemon, allotted with a timer that tells players how long the Pokemon will be there until it disappears.
However, there are a lot of downsides to such a program. Since it relies on Niantic API, the company might take it down depending on whether they feel it ruins the experience. Another problem might be the fact that it practically sucks the fun out of the game. Players should only use the program when they’re absolutely sick and tired of looking everywhere for a Pokemon, but that could ruin the sense of achievement. PokeVision does not have an iOS or Android app at present, but works fine on the mobile browser.
Use PokeVision at your own risk, maybe you want to find that Blastoise yourself, or maybe you really really need to find that Mewtwo, and don’t know where to look.
Will you be using the program? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below.