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Do you know what the FastPokeMap.se tracker is and how you can use it to find and catch 100IV rare Pokémon? Here we have listed some of the best working FastPokeMap alternatives along with a complete step-by-step FPM guide to help you track rare and legendary Pokemon around your neighborhood. 🙂
We all know that FastPokeMap.se was one of the best tracker and scanner maps ever designed for Pokemon GO. It was powerful enough to let anyone find all generations of Pokemon in any part of the world for free.
Basically, these trackers can help you locate exactly where the Pokemon are spawning on the map.
Why FastPokeMap Stopped Working?
During the beginning of February 2017, Niantic and Nintendo rolled out some new safety and security updates to secure their game servers from these third-party scanners as well as issued a C&D (cease-and-desist) order letters against all the third-party Pokemon GO scanners and trackers services which apparently forced all of them, including FastPokeMap, to shut down their Pokemon scanner and tracker services.
Here’s what FastPokeMap’s official Twitter handle tweeted:
That is not the end. There were hundreds, if not thousands, of trackers and scanners that were helping Pokemon GO players in finding Pokemon within their neighborhood. And it seems like Niantic forcefully shut down the popular ones only.
Top Working FastPokeMap Alternatives
Now, to help our fellow Pokemon trainers in finding rare and legendary Pokemon, we have found some of the best FastPokeMap alternatives for Pokemon GO and decided to compile an updated list of Pokemon GO trackers and scanners.
All of them work flawlessly and will help you find and track Pokemon around your area. Let’s jump onto the list:
PokeAlert, as the name itself suggests, gives you a notification automatically whenever the app discovers Pokemon around you because the app continues to scan in the background. This will let you catch Pokemon as quickly as possible without rescanning or searching your surrounding area again and again.
PokeAlert APK is an app designed for Android phones and tablet devices to help you personally scan your vicinity for any Pokemon.
PokeFetch is designed to let you track Pokemon using a real-time Pokemon GO map. All the Pokemon spawn data shown on the map are outsourced from other third-party reputable scanner and tracker channels. Apart from the free scanning service for popular areas, PokeFetch also provides paid premium scanner that enables you to perform on-demand scans on any part of the world for a small fee.
PokeWhere APK is a radar app for Android that scans and shows all the Pokemon that are around you, in real-time. The app, once installed on your Android device, will let you discover rare Pokemon and catch them, no matter where you are.
PokeHuntr is an online Pokemon scanner service that works similarly to the FastPokeMap. It allows you to find, discover, and track Pokemon in any part of the world, in real-time.
Are you looking for other active Pokemon scanners?
We have released a brand new and updated list of the best working Pokemon GO real-time scanners and trackers to help you find and catch all the rare Pokemon, that list of trackers and scanners is available here 😀
We don’t know when these FastPokeMap alternatives would stop working or be taken down by Niantic. So start using these trackers to find and catch rare Pokemon, while they are still working.
The reverse engineers are working hard to find all the loopholes in the Pokemon Go API so that they can keep the Pokémon scanner websites in a functional state for every Pokemon enthusiast around the world.
What Is FastPokeMap?
FastPokeMap.se is a third-party Pokémon Tracker service created by Pokémon Go enthusiasts in an attempt to help Pokémon Go users like you to find all the Pokémon hiding nearby your area, without you needing to wander all over the place.
Yes, you read that right.
With just a simple tap on the given map, the FPM trackers will perform a thorough scan around the selected area and then reveal the exact position of all the Pokémon found within the highlighted radius.
Did you know? Using this simple and awesome trick available here, you can catch all those Pokemon around your neighborhood from the comfort of your home. Click here to learn how! 😉
What’s interesting about the FastPokeMap tracker is that it will not only show you the Pokémon’s position, but it will also give you information about Pokémon’s name, how it looks, and the estimated expiration time.
In a nutshell, FastPokeMap will tell exactly where you will find a Pokémon, which Pokémon you will be catching, and for how long it will be going to stay there. Helping you save your precious time, efforts, and energy that would have otherwise been wasted on randomly wandering around the locality.
Isn’t that amazing? 😀
How To Use FastPokeMap Alternatives To Scan and Track Pokemon?
In this section, we will teach you how to use FastPokeMap to find, track, and catch Pokemon monsters without wasting countless valuable hours and energy.
It is very easy and simple to use the FPM tracker to track and find Pokemon in real-time in any part of the world.
Please follow the steps mentioned below:
You can use any device to use the FastPokeMap tracker, including a laptop, Android, iOS device, BlackBerry, or any other phone with a web browser and an active Internet connection.
Step 1 – On your device, open the web browser and go to the FPM tracker website: https://fastpokemap.se/
Step 2 – Once the site has been loaded, you will have two possible navigation options i.e.:
- Use the search option to manually find and navigate to any location (city or country), or
- Use the GPS location tracking option (if your device has GPS capability).
If you use the ‘location tracking’ option then it will automatically navigate you to your exact location. But in this guide, we would be using the first option i.e. the search box.
Step 3 – We are using the ‘find location’ option in this guide for manual navigation. So we have to tap on the ‘find location’ button, and then enter the city and country name into the search box (as highlighted in the screenshot below).
And then tap on the search button.
Step 4 – Within seconds, FastPokeMap will navigate you to the searched location (see the screenshot).
You are now free to navigate around, Zoom-in or zoom out on the map.
Step 5 – Once you have found the right location, tap on the map to drop a location marker. This will show you a predefined scan radius where it will begin a thorough Pokemon scanning.
It will take around 10-30 seconds (depending on the server load) to complete the scanning process.
Step 6 – When the scanning has been completed successfully, the scan button will notify you by changing its color to green for a couple of seconds. And our search found around 11 Pokemon monsters (as highlighted in the screenshot below).
You can now see all the Pokemon found by the FastPokeMap tracker within the scan radius.
Step 7 – Tapping on the bar located at the top-right corner will reveal a list of Pokemon found within our scan area along with their pictures.
Step 8 – Now, open the Pokemon Go app on your phone, go to the location shown in the FastPokeMap, and then catch the Pokemon.
As simple as that. 😉
How To Read The Map On The FastPokeMap?
For those of you who don’t know how to read the map or find it hard to understand the map being used by the FastPokeMap website then here is what you can do:
You can simply zoom into the Pokemon you are interested in catching and then tap on it.
This will redirect you to Google Maps where you can switch to the ‘Earth view’ to make it easier for you to find exactly where the Pokemon is located.
Please do not forget to bookmark this page and keep checking back, as we will keep you updated with the FastPokeMap working alternatives here.
Until then, we will continue using the FastPokeMap tracker service to enjoy catching all the rare Pokémon around the BestForAndroid HQ. And we will suggest you do the same. 😀
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