Yesterday, ComicBook.com reported on a browser add-on that could be installed to see what Pokemon were nearby in Pokemon Go. Now, we've discovered a new site called PokeVision that makes finding Pokemon Go even easier.
PokeVision operates similarly to the broswer add-on we showed off yesterday, only without needing to install any new program. Simply type in an address and click search and you'll be able to see every Pokemon nearby. Not only does PokeVision show the exact location of nearby Pokemon, you can also use it to see how long you have to catch the Pokemon before it disappears.
There are a couple of limitations to the PokeVision webpage. You can only update your map once every 30 seconds and the map won't work if the stables are unstable or down. However, this is a really handy tool, especially if you're sitting at home or work and don't want to check the app every few minutes to see if there's any Pokemon lurking nearby.
PokeVision might last long, as the site presumably uses a Pokemon Trainers Club account and some fancy coding to get data off of Pokemon Go's server. But until Pokemon Go can get its servers stabilized and its tracking system fixed, this looks like a great way to make searching for Pokemon that much easier.