Like other gaming phenomenons before it, Pokemon Go has spawned an unsurprising number of third-party projects—some paid, but most free and crowd-sourced. In fact, due to the nature of the game, Pokemon trainers around the globe have banded together, putting their efforts into populating the maps of the world with sightings of the critters—both rare and common, and everything in between.
We've been making an effort to note down each and every one of these maps these past two weeks, checking out each in turn to test for quality, allowing us to single out the excellent from the mediocre.
Here are 5 suggestions, which may be of differing value to you depending on where it is you call home:
5 Pokemon Go maps and advanced tools