The last Pokemon GO maps and trackers that still work in late 2019

Today we're taking a peek at some Pokemon GO cheats – if you want to call them that – in the form of live Pokemon GO Maps. These GPS-based maps work with Google Maps or OpenStreetMap, and can (pretty much) be opened on any sort of smartphone. This new list is ready to roll as of late November, 2019 – and will probably still be valid through the new year, barring any unexpected closures! Time to get tracking!

PokeHunter in several cities

PokeHunter can be found at PokeHunter dot CO right now, and is extremely detailed about Gyms and Raids. This system does not work in every region of the world – instead, it's limited to the cities in which it's been sponsored and/or backed with real, physical scanning devices. If you'd like to contribute to this scanning system, they've got the buttons to tap right there on the side of the screen.

You can find PokeHunter active in California, Oregon, Minnesota, and Lithuania in a limited number of cities. According to iMore California has Cupertino, Downtown Campbell, Mountain View, North San Jose, Santa Clara, and Sunnyvale. Minnesota has parts of Saint Paul, Apple Valley, Eagan, Savage, Burnsville, Prior Lake, parts of Minneapolis, and Lakeville. Oregon has parts of Portland and Salem, Happy Valley, and Gresham, and Lithuania has the tiniest area in Moletai.

The Silph Road Worldwide

If you head to The Silph Road Global Nest Atlas you'll find the most comprehensive and updated map of Pokemon nests in the Pokemon GO universe. This system is one of two – they've also got a lovely Pokemon GO Silph League Player Network. That's a map with marked communities connected through Discord chatrooms.

It's through this system that you might find a local group that uses 3rd-party scanners for Pokemon wild spawns. This is rare, and it's definitely not something Niantic is super excited about, but it's there!

A few other additions

You can head over to PoGoMap to see updates with local Pokemon Gyms and Pokemon Raids of all sorts. You might also want to check on PokeMap in your area to see if there are any active users – that's all user-contributed, too!