150 are loads of Pokémon to be caught and catching them all means plenty of hours walking around the streets if you want to reach a decent level in Niantic's hit Pokémon GO.
Ever since the game first appeared, many different applications have tried to earn themselves the reputation of a companion app. Go Radar, in this case, is a complementary application that can help you to find the rarest Pokémons that you haven't managed to catch yet. Raichu, Onix, Snorlax, Charizard... who are you missing?
Find over 140,000 Pokémons located on a map.
Signs and directions the most slippery Pokémons
The application's interface shows a map generated by means of Google Maps displaying the outlines of the Pokémons on their exact location and even allows you to follow directions to get there if you want. Furthermore, unlike other similar application, you won't need to login or input an email address, you only need to open the application and start searching.