PokeLookup - Poke map radar for Pokemon Go

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PokeLookup - Poke map radar for Pokemon Go

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Store Category Version Last Update Avg. ratings
Apple Reference 1.4 December 08, 2016 0.0

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Version 1.4 released on December 08, 2016
+ update pokemon icon

Version 1.3 released on November 16, 2016
We're back! Pokemon will show up now! + Update poke icon + Improve performance

Version 1.2 released on November 15, 2016
+Improve perfomance

Version 1.1 released on August 27, 2016
Thanks you for loving pokelookup New version: + improve performance + add refresh function to help easily update pokemon status

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App Description

You are playing Pokemon Go How can you look ahead the pokemon (type and location) ? This app help you to search the location of pokemon near you like PokeVision, PokeWhere or Go Radar… We are to provide you a great app that help you to save time and effort on catching Pokemon as well as Looking the Pokemon Type you need to collect. Another feature of the app is to display the path from your current location to any pokemon location near you. To be the first person to catch rare Pokemon. Note that: + The data used in PokeLookup is real. We never interact with Niantic servers. We are not associated, affiliated, sponsored, or endorsed by Niantic or the Pokémon Company. We do not hold the rights to any copyrighted material. + This app provide "run in background mode " feature, continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.

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