A new update for the Pokémon Go app has users Poké-freaked out. In it, changes have made it harder to capture Pokémon, harder on phone batteries (again), and, maybe most frustrating of all, made it so that all third-party tracking apps were rendered non-functional. That includes the very popular Pokévision app.
However, one tracking app is still up and running. In fact, Poke Radar has now launched a web app so you can save that sweet battery juice for the road. The reason they've weathered Niantic kinking the hose on other tracking apps is simple: They aren't plugged into Pokémon Go's API and they aren't violating Niantic's terms of service, according to the app's creators. Instead, their map is built out through crowd-sourced information.