Poke Radar Still Works Great and Now Has a Web App and an Android App
As explained on the Poke Radar Facebook page , their service is still running because they do not use and have never used the Pokémon Go API or violate Niantic’s terms of service (although some news sources continue to mix them with other mapping services such as the now defunct PokéVision ). Instead, Poke Radar relies on user-submitted clues to help you see where people are catching what. Their latest update includes the web app, which you can see in action in the video above, and a few tweaks to how the service works. Tipping only takes 60 minutes to make you more likely to catch what you see, and tip placement is now much more accurate. The creators are even using machine learning to begin identifying common Pokémon locations in the future.
There is not only a fancy new web app, but an app now available for Android devices. The current version hasn’t arrived on the Google Play Store yet, but you can download the official APK from the link below.