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New Spawn Chart Aids In Catching Pokémon

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New Trainers might find it hard to find specific Pokémon in Pokémon GO if they are not well versed in the world of Pokémon. A new Spawn Chart can aid in catching them.

Pokémon spawn rates depend on spawn locations. For instance, if you want to catch a Grass type Pokémon like a Bulbasaur or a Bellsprout, you should check out areas nearby with grass. These can vary from parks, gardens and forests to golf courses and even football pitches.

The Poké Radar website lists Pokémon spawn countdowns, so if you’re in a specific area, you can see what Pokémon are around you and when they will disappear from the Sightings screen. Poké Radar also has Android and iOS apps, but currently only the iOS app page is reachable.

Additionally, this Spawn Chart helps us trainers in our endeavor to be the best Pokémon Masters we can be. It does so, by displaying spawn rates, and even going so far as letting you know at what time the Pokémon of choice is most likely to be spotted.

The “Pokémon GO” Spawn Chart, which is comprised of 100 million historical data points, includes common Pokémon such as Pidgey, Rattata, and Caterpie, as well as rare Pokémon like Lickitung, Gyarados, Snorlax, Dratini, and Eevee’s evolutions: Flareon, Jolteon, and Vaporeon.

Using Poké Radar in conjunction with the Spawn Chart, should greatly increase your chances of catching your desired Pokémon.

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