Pokémon GO tricks for IOS, Android

Discover all the tricks and secrets of Pokémon GO and become the best trainer.

We help you with the latest bomb for mobile phones, discover everything you need to know in Pokémon GO.

Pikachu as Starter Pokémon

The 3 Pokémon that we have available at the beginning are, Bullbasur, Charmander or Squirtle, but we have a way to get Pikachu. When the Professor Willow tell us to capture our first Pokémon We ignore the 3 initial Pokémon without throwing the Pokeball. After do this 4 times We will get Pikachu so we can capture it and turn it into our starting Pokémon.

Trick to change the Location

Thanks to this trick we can change the location and thus we will find new Pokémon, unlimited objects such as super ball, hyper potions or Pokémon eggs, in addition to being able to fight in gyms everywhere.


Trick to open eggs quickly

We leave you a video with this trick to shorten the distance and be able to open Pokémon eggs in less time.


Get Jolteon, Vaporeon and Flareon – Eevee Evolutions

Pokémon GO - Eevee Evolution

The Pokémon Eevee can evolve to 3 different forms, Jolteon, Vaporeon and Flareon, but we can only apply Stardust and candies to Eevee and it will evolve into one of these 3 forms randomly, but thanks to this trick we can choose its evolution.

Eevee is a Pokémon that we will find easily since it is one of the most common, To choose its evolution we have to change the name of this Pokémon from the menu and depending on the name we give it, it will evolve into one form or another. So before transferring them to Professor Willow when we have several Eevees, remember that we can perform this trick.

Pokémon Go - Eevee Evolutions

If we rename it as "Sparky" Eevee will evolve into Jolteon, an electric Pokémon.

If we rename it as "Rainer" Eevee will evolve into Vaporeon, a water Pokémon.

Finally, we want it to evolve Flareo, a fire Pokémon we will have to rename him "Pyro".

Once this is done we will only have to apply Stardust and Candy so that it evolves to the desired shape.

Pokémon GO items

Pokémon GO: Items

Pokecoins: We use them to buy items in the store, to get them we can use real money or by winning battles in the Gyms.

Pokéballs: Pokéballs help us capture Pokémon by throwing them at them. If we don't have Pokéballs, we won't be able to capture any Pokémon or level up the ones we already have.

SuperBalls: They have greater power than the previous ones and help us capture rare Pokémon more easily.

UltraBalls: They assure us greater capture certainty than SuperBalls.

Raspberry Berry: Using these Berries it will be easier to catch a Pokémon, we get them starting from level 8 at Pokéstops or as a reward when leveling up.

Incense : This object helps us capture rare or strong Pokémon, they can be purchased, obtained at Pokéstops or received as a reward when leveling up.

Bait Module: This item We can place it in a PokéStop and for 30 minutes It will attract Pokémon, but be careful, the attracted Pokémon will not only be seen by the user who used the Bait but also by all the players who pass by.

Potion: This item recovers 20 life points of our Pokémon and are used in Gym battles, we cannot obtain them until the level 5.

Super Potion: They recover 50 life points and are obtained from level 10.

Hyper Potion: Recover 200 life points and are obtained from level 15.

To revive : Restores half life points of our Pokémon.

Maximum Revive: Restores all life points of our Pokémon.

Pokéstops, what are they?

Pokémon GO - PokéStops

Pokestops are emblematic places of our city which we will see clearly marked on the app's map, and in them we can find items such as potions, power-ups and even Pokémon eggs. The items that we can obtain at PokéStops are closely related to the level we have. We can also use the Bait Module To attract Pokémon to the PokéStops and be able to capture them more easily, remember that if we use the bait it not only affects us but also the other players who pass by the PokéStop during the 30 minutes How long does the bait last?

Initial level – Poké Balls and Eggs

Level 5 – Revive and Potions

Level 8 – Raspberry Berry

Level 10 – Super Potion

Level 12 – Super Ball

Level 15 – Hyper Potion

Level 20 – Ultra Ball

Level 25 – Maximum Revive

Hatching Pokémon Eggs

Once we collect eggs at the PokéStops, what we have to do is to put the Egg in the incubator from the menu. Then we will have to walk with the application open so that it counts our steps. The distance is usually between 2 and 5 km although there are some that require up to 10 km. It is important to note that the application only records speeds below 20 km/h, so going by car is of no use to us.

Pokémon GO: Pokémons and Distances

Pokémon Gyms

Pokémon GO: Teams

Once let's get to level 5 with our character we will be asked to join one of the 3 teams available in the game, Team Valor, Team Instinct and Team Wisdom. Gyms are locations that we can claim for our team if they are not already occupied by another team, in any case we can fight the Pokémon in the Gym to try to claim it. A Gym controlled by a rival team will have a prestige level that we will reduce as we defeat the Pokémon that defend it, with the possibility of joining a friend to fight against a Gym. When the level reaches zero, the player who defeats the rival can occupy it with a Pokémon chosen from those captured.

The combat system It is very simple and we only have 3 movements to perform :

-Normal Attack: We simply have to press the screen.

-Special Attack: You have to hold down the screen once we have the meter loaded.

-Dodge: We slide our finger across the screen from one side to the other.

Below we leave you a video tutorial on Gyms and Battles for greater understanding.


Raise the Level of our character

There are different actions that give us XP to raise the level, here we list them.

Curveball: 10 XP.

Good Throw: 10 XP.

Grand Launch: 50 XP.

Register at a PokéStop: 50 XP.

Beat a Pokémon in training: 50 XP.

Excellent Throw: 100 XP.

Catch a Pokémon: 100 XP.

Face off in a Gym: 100 XP.

Win in a Gym: 150 XP.

Hatch a Pokémon Egg: 200 XP.

New Pokémon: 500 XP.

Evolve a Pokémon: 500 XP.

Types of Pokémon and where to find them

Normal Pokémon

These Pokémon are the most common in the game and can appear anywhere, they are the least rare and we will get hold of them quickly.

In total there are 22 of this type, below we indicate them all: Snorlax, Porygon, Pidgey, Pidgeotto, Pidgeot, Eevee, Ditto, Rattata, Raticate, Spearow, Fearow, Tauros, Kangaskhan, Chansey, Lickitung, Jigglypuff, Wigglytuff, Meowth, Chansey, Lickitung, Dodrio, Doduo, Farfetch'd, Persian.

Water Pokémon

We can find these Pokémon near areas with water such as rivers, beaches or the sea and especially on islands.

In total there are 32 of this type of Pokémon, below we list them all: Cloyster, Blastoise, Horse, Seadra, Omanyte, Omastar, Kabuto, Kabutops, Goldeen, Seaking, Staryu, Starmie, Magikarp, Gyarados, Lapras, Vaporeon, Poliwang, Poliwhirl, Poliwrath, Tentacool, Tentacruel, Slowpoke, Slowbro, Seel, Dewgong, Shellder, Krabby, Kingler, Squirtle, Wartortle, Psyduck, Golduck. 

Fire Pokémon

These Pokémon are common in city areas, we can also find them in warm places and on beaches.

In total there are 12 Pokémon of this type, below we indicate them all: Flareon, Magmar, Rapidash, Ponyta, Arcanine, Growlithe, Ninetales, Vulprix, Charizard, Charmeleon, Charmander.

Ice Pokémon

We can find these Pokémon in forest areas near water and forests with rivers. We can also find them in cold areas or mountains with snow.

In total there are 5 Pokémon of this type, below we indicate everything: Articuno, Lapras, Cloyster, Dewgong, Jynx.

Ground Pokémon

We can find these Pokémon in different places, muddy places, outdoor parking lots, train stations and unpaved roads.

In total there are 14 Pokémon of this type, below we indicate them all: Nidoking, Nidoqueen, Rhydon, Rhyhorn, Marowak, Cubone, Onyx, Golem, Graveler, Geodude, Dugtrio, Diglett, Sandslash, Sandshrew.

Rock Pokémon

We can find these Pokémon in rocky areas, mountains with little vegetation, train stations, shopping centers and highways.

In total there are 11 Pokémon of this type, below we indicate them all: Aerodactyl, Geodude, Kabutops, Kabuto, Gravler, Golem, Omastar, Onix, Rhuhorn, Rhydon, Omanyte, Omastar.

Grass type Pokémon

These Pokémon appear in places with vegetation, in parks, fields and forests, they can even appear on golf courses.

In total there are 14 Pokémon of this type, below we indicate them all: Parasect, Paras, Bulbasaur, Yvysaur, Venusaur, Tangela, Exeggcute, Exeggutor, Gloom, Oddish, Vileplume, Bellsprout, Weenpinbell, Victreebell. 

Steel Type Pokémon

We can find these Pokémon in large buildings and metal constructions.

There are 2 Pokémon of this type: Magnemite and Magneton.

Flying type Pokémon

We can find these Pokémon in green areas, forests and parks, all of this type also belong to another type, so we can also find them there.

In total there are 19 Pokémon of this type, below we list them all: Dragonite, Gyarados, Aerodactyl, Scyther, Charizard, Pidgey, Pidgeotto, Pidgeot, Zubat, Golbat, Butterfree, Dodrio, Doduo, Farfetch'd, Spearow, Fearow, Articuno, Zapdos, Moltres.

Bug type Pokémon

We can find these Pokémon in areas similar to the Grass type, outdoor areas with vegetation.

There are 12 Pokémon in total of this type, below we list them all: Pinsir, Scyther, Venomoth, Venonat, Caterpie, Metapod, Butterfree, Weedle, Kakuna, Beedrill, Paras, Parasect.

Psychic type Pokémon

These Pokémon can appear in residential areas at night and are very common around hospitals and medical centers of any type.

There are 13 Pokémon of this type, below we list them all: Abra, Kadabra, Alakazam, Mr.Mime, Jynx, Slowpoke, Slowbrow, Exeggcute, Exeggutor, Hypno, Drowzee, Mew, Mewtwo. 

Fighting type Pokémon

We can find these Pokémon in places related to sports, such as gyms, sports facilities and even stadiums.

There are 8 Pokémon of this type, below we list them all: Poliwrath, Hitmonlee, Hitmonchan, Machamp, Machoke, Machop, Mankey, Primeape.

Fairy type Pokémon

These Pokémon only appear in special places, tourist sites and renowned buildings, the game specifically marks them.

There are 5 in total, Mr. Mime. Jigglypuff, Wigglytuff, Clefairy, Clefable.

Dragon type Pokémon

This type, like the previous Fairy type, will be found in tourist sites and renowned buildings, the game will mark them specifically.

We only have 3 of this type, Dratini, Dragonair, Dragonite.

Poison type Pokémon

These Pokémon appear in wet places, such as rivers, lakes, swamps, fountains that can appear on Google Maps, the vast majority are also of another type.

There are 33 Poison-type Pokémon, we show you all of them: Haunter, Gengar, Tentacool, Tentacruel, Weezing, Koffing, Muk, Grimer, Golbat, Zubat, Nidorino, Nidoking, Nidorina, Nidoqueen, Nidoran, Arbok, Ekans, Bulbasaur, Ivysaur, Venusaur, Oddish, Gloom, Vileplume, Weedle, Kakuna, Beedrill, Venonat, Venomoth, Bellsprout, Weepinbel, Victreebel.

Electric type Pokémon

These Pokémon appear in industrial zones or factories, schools and universities.

There are 9 of them: Zapdos, Jolteon, Electabuzz, Electrode, Voltorb, Magnemite, Magneton, Raichu, PIkachu

Ghost type Pokémon

We can find them around churches and cemeteries. In residential areas and parking lots they can appear at night.

There are only 3 : Ghastly, Haunter and Gengar.

Pokémon GO Medals

  • Joggers – Walk a certain distance; Bronze: 10 km; Silver: 100 km; Gold: 1,000 km
  • Kanto – Register a Pokémon in your Pokedex ; Bronze: 20 ; Silver: 50 ; Gold: 100
  • collector  – Capture Pokémon; Bronze: 30 ; Silver: 500 ; Gold: 2000
  • scientist – Evolve Pokémon; Bronze: 3 ; Silver: 20 ; Gold: 200
  • Breeder  – Hatches eggs; Bronze: 10 ; Silver: 100 ; Gold: 1,000
  • Backpacker  - Visit PokéStops ; Bronze: 100 ; Silver: 1,000 ; Gold: 2,000
  • Fisherman  – Capture in a Magikarp big ; Bronze: 3 ; Silver: 50 ; Gold: 300
  • Battle Girl  – Win battles in the Gyms ; Bronze: 10 ; Silver: 100 ; Gold: 1,000
  • Ace Trainer – Train in a Gym under your control; Bronze: 10 ; Silver: 100; Gold: 1,000
  • SchoolKid  – Capture a Normal type Pokémon; Bronze: 10 ; Silver: 50 ; Gold: 200
  • Black Belt  – Capture a Fighting-type Pokémon; Bronze: 10 ; Silver: 50 ; Gold: 200
  • Bird Keeper  – Capture a Flying-type Pokémon; Bronze: 10 ; Silver: 50 ; Gold: 200
  • Punk Girl – Capture a Poison-type Pokémon; Bronze: 10 ; Silver: 50 ; Gold: 200
  • Ruin Maniac – Capture a Ground-type Pokémon; Bronze: 10 ; Silver: 50 ; Gold: 200
  • Hiker – Capture a Rock-type Pokémon; Bronze: 10 ; Silver: 50 ; Gold: 200
  • Bug Catcher – Capture a Bug-type Pokémon; Bronze: 10 ; Silver: 50 ; Gold: 200
  • Hex Maniac – Capture a Ghost-type Pokémon; Bronze: 10 ; Silver: 50 ; Gold: 200
  • Depot Agent – Capture a Steel type Pokémon; Bronze: 10 ; Silver: 50 ; Gold: 200
  • Kindler – Capture a Fire-type Pokémon; Bronze: 10 ; Silver: 50 ; Gold: 200
  • Swimmer – Capture a Water-type Pokémon; Bronze: 10 ; Silver: 50 ; Gold: 200
  • gardener – Capture a Grass-type Pokémon; Bronze: 10 ; Silver: 50 ; Gold: 200
  • Rocker – Capture an Electric type Pokémon; Bronze: 10 ; Silver: 50 ; Gold: 200
  • Psychic – Capture a Psychic-type Pokémon; Bronze: 10 ; Silver: 50 ; Gold: 200
  • Skier Tale Girl – Capture an Ice-type Pokémon; Bronze: 10 ; Silver: 50 ; Gold: 200
  • Dragon Tamer – Capture a Dragon-type Pokémon; Bronze: 10 ; Silver: 50 ; Gold: 200
  • Fairy Tale Girl – Capture a Fairy-type Pokémon; Bronze: 10 ; Silver: 50 ; Gold: 200
  • Youngster – Capture a Rattata little ; Bronze: 3 ; Silver: 50 ; Gold: 300
  • Pikachu  – Capture a Pikachu ; Bronze: 3 ; Silver: 50 ; Gold: 300

Locate the Pokémon you need with Pokecrew

pokecrew it helps us to track the pokemon app, with it we can search for the place where we want to see the pokémon or find any pokémon, showing us where it is. This may seem absurd at first, but after a while investigating how Pokecrew works I realized that it makes a lot of sense.

This app works like Google Maps, in the search bar what are you going to find you just have to Write the location where you want to see the Pokémon and it shows you a map with a drawing of the Pokémon that are in that chosen area. If what you are looking for is a specific Pokémon, you will only have to write the name of the Pokémon in the search bar and it will show you the street where you have to go hunt it. You should be attentive and keep an eye on Pokecrew to see if there is any Pokémon that you like nearby and go look for it.



How to know what time each Pokémon appears

A trick that many have believed was a lie until they have tried it and have been able to see how, thanks to a new algorithm, we are actually able to hunt the Pokémon we want, knowing what time it will appear.

If we enter the web pokemonhub.net, associated with the PokéRadar application, in which we have a map with the location of pokemon in the area we choose, also now has a graph in which we will see how the time at which the different Pokémon that we can catch appear. This way, if, for example, we want a Gyarados, we will see that it appears at dawn. Knowing the time will be ours without a problem.

The best thing is that it seems that the algorithm gets all the Pokémon in the world right and that they usually appear at the same time, whether in the United States or here in Spain.

How to save your Pokémon in a battle before losing

Until recently it was not known that this simple option to save Pokémon in battle existed, but now we have finally discovered it. Consists in slide up quickly at the time of to exchange your Pokémon for the next battle. When milliseconds mean death for a Pokémon, gestures like these are what make the difference between winning or having to revive our Pokémon. Only You must slide up and that should be enough to keep your Pokémon alive, when he's about to need to be revived.

How to get several Pokémon without moving

The key to catching Pokémon in Pokémon GO is to move, walk, walk and even run, but can we get our creatures while sitting on a park bench? Yes, definitely. It is so simple that it will seem like I am cheating on you but it is 100% real.

Open the application and walk to a place where you see one or more Pokémon appearcatch the pokémonin question, and then Close the application. Open it again, you will see how a few Pokémon appear again to catch, even different ones than the ones you caught before.