How to Find Wild Pokémon in Pokémon Go on iPhone

Is it a bit difficult for you to find wild Pokémon in Pokémon Go on your iPhone or iPad? Try out these tips to master it.

Not for nothing Pokémon Go has become the most famous games in the US history. With the remarkable success of the augmented-reality game, Nintendo has once again won over fans from across the world. Gone were the days of mundane games, this is time to move around and catch creatures!

Having been jealous to see my friends enjoying every bit of Pokémon Go, I couldn’t help jumping on the bandwagon. Though I wasn’t able to catch too many Pokémon initially, I got to learn a few tricks that helped me master the game as a pro.

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How to Find Wild Pokemon in Pokemon Go on iPhone

If you still haven’t been able to get hold of this game, you must try out these tips. Let’s sail through and catch them all!

How to Find Wild Pokémon in Pokémon Go on iPhone/iPad

Pokémon Go uses your device’ GPS to track your location. As the creatures are spread all around, you have to walk around to find and catch them smartly.

Step #1. First and foremost, you have to start walking around.

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Step #2. The moment you get close to any Pokémon, your iPhone will start vibrating to alert you.

Step #3. The creature will appear on the map as well.

Step #4. Finally, you will have to tap on the Pokémon, and then toss your Poké Ball to capture it alive.

That’s well-done! The Pokémon has been caught red-handed :P

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How to Track/Find Nearby Pokémon on iPhone or iPad

Step #1. A small gray box containing some Pokémon icons appears to the right of your virtual avatar in the Map view.

The colored icons reveal the drawing of a creature. You have already encountered these Pokémons in the previous game.

The grayed out icons indicate the Pokémons which you are yet to encounter. You need to tap on the box.

Step #2. You will see a popup menu with up to nine Pokémon in your local area.

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  • There will be little footprint markings under each Pokémon. The number of footprints suggests how far away a Pokémon is.
  • If you see a single footprint or no footprints, it will indicate that the Pokémon is close to you.
  • If there are little bursts of leaves on the map, it hints at the place where the nearby Pokémon could be hidden.
  • If there are two or three footprints under any Pokémon, the creature is away, and you will have to walk around a bit more to catch it.

Find Pokémons using Poke Radar App

Poke Radar is easily the best option for you to discover the locations of Pokémons right from the comfort of your bed. All you have to do is download it on your iPhone and just go about finding Pokémons as effortlessly as you ever like. Read more.

That’s it! Go ahead and capture a lot of Pokémons.

So far, I have had a fantastic experience with this game. Barring a couple of problems including battery drain and GPS signal not found error it has been going great guns.

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Dhvanesh Adhiya is the founder and editor-in-chief who takes care of audio, visual, and textual contents uploaded on iGeeksBlog.com. He is passionate about wonderful apps that change the way your iPhone interacts in your life.

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