Pokémon GO is definitely the biggest revolution in 2016's mobile gaming. Its system to hunt down pokémons making use of augmented reality has encouraged millions of users to start playing from their smartphone.
The alternative to PokeVision
There are loads of radars out there for Pokémon GO, and one of them is PokeVision, even considered as the best radar available. However, it's in for some tough competition with PokeAlert, that's consolidated as the best alternative.
Easily catch all the creatures in your area.
This radar to catch pokémons on Android basically scans your surroundings and notifies you even if you're not using the app.
- Shows the pokémons on a real-time map.
- Scanning in the background.
- Silent mode that doesn't send spam to the game's servers.
- Login with your Google account or your Pokémon trainer credentials.
- Multiaccount support.
But be careful. If you don't want to be banned from the game, we recommend you not to access with the same account used for Pokémon GO. Niantic is starting to ban users if it detects that they're using these methods.