There’s an entire digital cottage industry sprouting up around Pokémon Go, the explosively popular augmented reality game that has people hitting the streets scouring for imaginary pocket monsters. Naturally, the most common of these third-party products revolve around maps that help you locate which pokémon are nearby and when they tend to disappear. We’ve already heard about the web-based PokéVision, and developer Ahmed Almutawa’s Google Maps visualization tool. But now we have something even better: a fully-featured Android app called Poké Live.
The app comes courtesy of app maker Joaquim Vergès, and it’s hands-down the most clean and responsive Pokémon Go map I’ve used.