At this point of the story, you should already be familiar with the rage caused by Pokémon GO. The augmented reality game developed by Niantic and Distributed by Nintendo is undoubtedly the mobile game of the year and that's why nobody should be surprised that third-parties want to make the most of this success.
The last one of them is FastPokeMap, an online tool that runs straight from your web browser, whether Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer or any other, with which you can find the exact location of any Pokémon in your area y find out how long they'll be there until they disappear.
A web alternative to Pokevision, GoRadar, PokeMesh and other radars.
All in all, it's yet another Pokémon GO radar application that shows on a Google Map where we can find each and every one of the 150 creatures that star in this mobile game, with the only difference that this is a webapp and therefore it works equally well on iPhone and Android.
Main features of FastPokeMap
- Pokémon GO radar straight in your browser.
- Finds Pokémons around you and indicates their expiry time.
- Possibility to type in an exact location to find out which creatures are available there.
- Apply filters to remove from the map those Pokémons that you've already caught.