Poke Radar, a new app promising to show Pokémon GO players exactly where to catch ’em all, has skyrocketed to no. 2 in the iTunes app charts.
Poke Radar uses crowdsourced data to plot out on a map all the nearby Pokémon discovered by players, along with the times of day they were found.
If you mark a location, your Pokémon GO trainer name will also be associated with the pinpoint to help your local trainer reputation.
Beware – all Pokémon location marks may be upvoted or downvoted by other players. Too many downvotes, and the mark is removed. Lots of upvotes and you get priority.
As the makers put it, “Everyone’s gotta catch ’em all – so why not work together?”
The only thing that’s beating it in the iTunes App Store? Pokémon GO, obviously.
Poke Radar is not yet available for Android.