I am about to make this special day a pokeaventura. Today I will not waste time. I can not afford to walk around this city in the middle of heat wave, with 105,8ºF, over my head, with no results. I want to catch Pikachu once and for all and I will do it, but this time I will need help … No. There is Ash Ketchum of Pallet Town to guide me, but I have something that could be better: Poké Radar, the app in the App Store and will soon be available for Android.
Poké Radar is like some kind of treasure map for Pokemon Go. The application is described in the App Store as an assistant to find pokémons other users may have found and marked on this app just for you. Because the world of pokémons coaches is all good, we help each other and try to fight together against Team Rocket.
I am about to start my adventure. At last I’ll catch them all! The app allows me to filter by pokémons either by distance or by name. Of course I look for Pikachu and starts the action.
At first, when I accepted geolocation permissions, I came all pokémons allegedly were around me. Then when I picked Pikachu, I appeared all yellow electric type pokémons they desired … I be able to catch them all? They were not very close, but there were many, so I began my search. The sun was leaving the stones … but I really wanted to find Pikachu.
Search for Pikachu in Pokémon with Poké Radar Go
Poké Radar allows you to select the Pikachu you want to search, or do you need pokémon. I did, I chose the closest and the app opened me some options that told me who had reported that pokémon at that site, if it had been seen day or night, and even sent me to Apple Maps to see the exact address .
Anyway … I looked for Pikachu in every recondite point coordinates app, but never found it. My next step was to use an incense to try to find him, but never happened. Pikachu never came to me … the common areas of the building looked so sad and lonely without the yellow pokémon appear anywhere.
I tried twice because the third time lucky. But Pikachu never made an appearance. Neither I found the pokémons the app said they were close. Then I searched the Web site, and found that developers warned that some users placed red herrings. A total disaster and frustration. Ultimately Pikachu never appeared, even with incense. Catch Pikachu with Pokemon go hack.
The Android app is in development, although users can place the Web version as enabling the GPS app permission.
I, for my part, I’m still looking for Pikachu. If someone finds can you leave me here location? Has anyone had more luck? SOS.
Until next pokéaventura, goodbye to you a sore coach.No Comments on We tried ‘Poké Radar’, the app for ‘Pokémon Go’