Pokemon Go Cheats,Secrets,23 Expert Tips and Tricks You Don’t Know


What should i say about Pokemon Go? Well, Pokemon Go is a revolution in the smartphone gaming world. It’s not the replica of the normal games that are releasing frequently. It’s a game with a different level of playing, it has connection with our very own environment and without our nature this won’t go forward. Pokemon Go depends on our mental and physical ability and those who work harder will get succeeded quickly.

I’m not explaining further as you all have a better knowledge than me. Now i’m here with an awesome post to make your Pokemon mission succeed! ‘Pokemon Go Cheats,Secrets,23 Expert Tips and Tricks You Don’t Know’ This is not a simple post but an advanced guide for the beginners who have just started Pokemon Go. I have explained different tips and tricks, cheats and secrets that you might not know in the below tutorial. Start reading right from the top and make use of all the tricks to play the game much more better.


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Pokemon Go Cheats,Secrets,23 Expert Tips and Tricks

1. Start with Pikachu!



There’s a simple trick to getting Pikachu right at the start of the game: disobience! As Tim Mulkerin wrote, “You have to initially rebel against Professor Willow and refuse to pick a Pokémon when he asks you to. Instead of picking one of the three Pokémon he offers, keep walking until Charmander, Squirtle, and Bulbasaur disappear from the map.

The trio of Pokémon will pop up again on your map when you get far enough away from them, and you have to continue to ignore them four times.

The fifth time they respawn on your map, they’ll have Pikachu with them! Pick Pikachu instead of one of the original trio, and voila! He’s yours.” BOOM!

2. Keep getting the same Pokémon? Keep them! Evolve them! Level up your Trainer!



The most important thing you can do in “Pokémon GO” is level up your Trainer. The higher the level you are, the better Pokémon you’ll find. They’ll have higher CP and HP, and thus they’ll be more capable of going to gyms and winning in battle without you having to power them up.

So, how do you get there quickly? Be recycling your duplicates. Pokémon like Rattata and Pidgey and Weedle — Pokémon that you run into frequently, that cost very few candy to evolve. Evolving Pokémon gives you a fat payout of 500 XP. You see where I’m going with this?

Every time you collect a Pidgey or a Weedle or whatever else, you get a few candy. When you evolve them, you can then transfer them to Professor Willow for a bonus candy, thus enabling further evolution.

3. Maximize on your Lucky Eggs and Incense to help with Trainer leveling!



Consider this: If you get 500 XP for evolving Pokémon, and Lucky Eggs double your XP for 30 minutes, you’ll get 1000 XP for every Pokémon you evolve in that time period.

So maybe save those oft-found Pokémon for a special 30 minutes of evolution frenzy? If you’re feeling up to it, perhaps add an Incense use to your Lucky Egg time. For every new Pokémon found that you’ve never found before, you get 500 XP (which then gets doubled). You can see how this could turn into an XP windfall very quickly.

In general, using Lucky Eggs and Incense together is a pretty solid idea to maximize on the use of both.

4. Hit Level 12 or 15 (at least) before you start using Stardust!



This is the highest level Pokémon I had at the time. He got left behind, eventually, in favor of better Pokémon found at higher Trainer levels.

You get Stardust for doing just about everything in “Pokémon GO,” but that doesn’t mean its an infinite resource. You’ll want to save as much Stardust as possible to help raise the power level (both CP and HP) of your top-level Pokémon at some point. Pokémon that you find at low Trainer levels in Pokémon are often left behind as your Trainer level increases, so spending Stardust on them is a waste of time and resources.

5. Drag the Pokéball and swirl it around to throw a curve ball!



You see that curveball bonus sometimes, right? You must have seen that at least once or twice after scooping a Pokémon. That’s no accident, although your initial introduction may have been.

When you’re capturing a Pokémon, you can tap the Pokéball at the bottom of the screen, drag it forward, and swirl it around in a circle. It’ll start spraying sparks and that’s when you should toss it diagonally towards the Pokémon in question. With any luck (and some practice), you’ll start nailing curveball bonuses every capture.

6. Throw it into the smallest possible yellow/orange/red circle to maximize throw bonus (more XP!)



Wondering what that yellow/orange/red circle is all about when you’re trying to capture Pokémon? It’s not just there to psyche you out, but to introduce an element of careful timing.

The closer you get to hitting in the center of that circle, and the smaller that circle is, the more of a throw bonus you will get when — nay, if — you capture the Pokémon. And as we already know, the more XP you get, the higher level your Trainer becomes, thus securing better Pokémon to capture. It’s a glorious cycle.

7. What to do with your eggs: incubate! Constantly! Target longer walks for better Pokemon



You may have noticed Eggs popping up as an item you’ll get from Pokéstops. Those are full of (sometimes rare and wonderful) Pokémon!

You can find them under the main menu if you click on the Pokémon submenu, then swipe to the left. Tapping on any of them will allow you to select “Incubate,” which then starts a counter that’s connected to how far you walk while the game is open on your phone (and the screen is on, unfortunately — you have to be actively playing for it to be measured).

When you’ve walked the distance there, your Pokémon will hatch and much rejoicing will be had.

8. Go out to places where people are congregating to play, as there will be lures and you’ll find amazing Pokémon!



The map above is of the lower east corner of Central Park in Manhattan, where a variety of Pokéstops are all grouped together around Grand Army Plaza. I’ve been there twice, and there’s never been a time that any Pokéstop didn’t have a lure on it for longer than a minute or two.

There is a constant barrage of Pokémon showing up, and huge crowds of people are coming together and sharing space while capturing Pokémon. You may not live in NYC — our condolonces to you and yours — but you’re likely near some form of major congregation point. There are crowds of hundreds in downtown Bellevue, Washington, so this certainly isn’t a NYC-exclusive activity.

9. Go to different regions to catch different types of Pokemon (and play at night)!



Zubats are more likely to show up if you’re out catching Pokémon in the evening. Goldeens and Magikarps are more likely to appear near water sources. The typical rules apply here when it comes to Pokémon — certain types are more likely to appear near geographically appropriate areas.

That said, get out of your neighborhood! There are a million Doduos near our office. I’ve got a freakin’ Doduo farm upstate from the non-stop flood of Doduos in Manhattan’s Flatiron district. But back at home, near Prospect Park? Jigglypuff for miles. I’ve got a Wigglytuff now. Jealous?!

There are whole regions of the US that are pining for specific Pokémon.

10. Select which Eevee you want to evolve into with this easter egg!



One Pokémon in “Pokémon GO” can evolve into three different Pokémon, seemingly at random: Eevee. But there’s an easter egg buried in the game for the most devoted Pokémon fans. Redditor “smithnigel” figured it out — here’s their explanation:

“The Eevee Brothers from the original anime were named Rainer, Pyro, Sparky and they owned a Vaporeon, Flareon and Jolteon respectively. If you nickname your Eevee either Rainer, Pyro or Sparky, your Eevee will evolve into that desired Eeveelution!”

Heads up that this will only work on your first Eevee, reportedly, so choose carefully.

11. Use this trick to win Gym battles nearly every time!



A simple method of dodge and attack will help you tackle enemies of nearly any level. It’s all about looking for the yellow “flash” of your opponent, and immediately dodging their impending attack. As Reddit user “zmedi” points out, at the start of each battle, your opponent will immediately attack. So, ya know, dodge immediately! After dodging (by swiping left or right), quickly hit your opponent (by tapping on your Pokémon, not theirs).

Remember that rhythm! Flash: dodge! Attack! Repeat.

NOTE: If you encounter a lot of network server issues in “Pokémon GO,” this may not work out so well for you. But then again, battling in general is a mess when there are network issues.

12. Perhaps the best little-known cheat is a tool called PokéVision, which tells you exactly where on a map each kind of Pokémon is so you can run and catch them.

A map of PokéVision.



PokéVision actually taps into Pokémon GO’s data and accurately shows where each Pokémon is located nearby, down to the street corner, and how long that Pokémon will stay there until he disappears.

13. PokéStops in more popular areas are better



Checking in at PokéStops is a bit like tagging yourself on Facebook at various locations. You wouldn’t do it for your local corner shop, but you might for Trafalgar Square in London, the Eiffel Tower or the Taj Mahal – just for the bragging rights, right?

Well PokéStops, those blue triangular markers on the map, work in a similar way. Although you might get some useful items at the PokéStop down your road, heading to ones in well-known locations or busier city centres means you’re getting all the best kit.

14. Each Pokémon has different strength



Before you start trading in every Rattata you’ve ever collected, make sure you’re keeping the most powerful version in your pocket. Each Pokémon has a CP score above it, which makes a huge difference to how powerful it is.

So make sure to trade in the ones with a lower CP score, otherwise you’ll find yourself vastly outranked when you hit the gym.

You can use the candies you collect to boost a Pokémon’s CP score too, which is useful for the top evolutions.

15. Catching Pokémon is easier with AR turned off

Yes, yes, yes we know. This is an augmented reality (or AR) game – that’s the whole point. But, bear with us, because it’s actually easier to catch Pokémon with the AR turned off.

When you’ve found a new PokéFriend in the wild and you’re presented with the Pokéball throwing screen, hit the AR switch in the top right hand corner.

Instead of seeing the Pokémon in the world around you, you’ll get a generic computer-generated background instead. It keeps the Pokémon stilll, regardless of the turns and movements you make in real life. That allows you to get better aim and there’s less chance of you missing your target.

It’s extremely useful if you’re snapping up Pokémon on a bus, train or car (when not driving we might add). Plus, it’ll save your phone battery a little.

And the rarity is indicated by the rings



Before you throw your Pokéball, you might have noticed that the aiming reticule is a white circle with a coloured ring inside it that shrinks and grows if you hold the Pokéball for a while.

Well, that coloured ring actually indicates how difficult a Pokémon is to catch – and also it’s rarity.

  • Green = Easy to catch and common rarity
  • Orange = More difficult to catch and rarer to find
  • Red = Very difficult to catch and very rare

If you want to have the best chance of catching a ‘mon, you’re best to hold the Pokéball until the coloured ring is at its smallest and then flinging the Pokéball – that tip is straight from the developer Niantic too.

16. Nab yourself a 3D printed case



If you’re keen to be a Pokémon cheat, there’s this awesome 3D-printed case that may be the ultimate accessory for catching ’em all.

This case slots over your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6S, allowing you to direct the PokéBalls right to the Pokémon.

Created by Australian industrial design student, Jon Cleaver, and he’s released all the designs for 3D printers, so all you need to do is find a shop that can print you one off.

17. How to pick your Pokémon Go team



When you hit level 5 and tap a Pokémon Gym, you’ll be asked to pick a team. There are three options – the yellow Team Instinct, the red Team Valour and the blue Team Mystic – but once you’ve chosen, there’s no going back.

Now, there’s actually no difference between the teams themselves, but you might want to double check a few things before you sign up.

Firstly, if you want to play Pokémon Go with your mates – with multiplayer components apparently in the pipelines – you might want to be on the same, or an opposing team if you’re feeling competitive.

Secondly, you might want to take into consideration the teams that are popular in your local area. You’ll probably see that one team is dominating the scene near you, so you might want to join them or try and overtake them by joining one of the underdogs.

18. Don’t buy Pokeballs, buy incense and lures instead

It’s tempting to spend your hard-earned Pikachu gold on Pokéballs to catch new friends with, but don’t.

Every time you check in at a PokéStop you’ll get a good supply of Pokéballs. But a better way to attract new Pokémon and capture them is having a wealth of incense and lures in your rucksack.

Incense is described as “a mysterious fragrance that lures wild Pokémon to your location for 30 minutes”, while the Lure Module “attracts Pokemon to a PokéStop for 30 minutes”.

19. Look out for petals



If you’re wandering about playing Pokémon Go, keep an eye out for PokéStops that are shrouded in falling pink petals. The petal indicate that someone else has left a lure module there and there’s a Pokémon party going on – for the next 30 minutes anyway.

So you better get your butt over there in the next half hour because you can take advantage of someone else’s lure and nab yourself a pocketful of new Pokémon.

20. How to get Pikachu Gold



Now although you might be all clued up when it comes to Pokémon candies, you might be wondering how the heck you nab yourself some of that Pikachu Gold without splashing any real-world cash.

Well, it’s all down to the Pokémon Gyms. When you battle a fellow trainer and their team and win, you’ll nab yourself some of the shiny stuff. If you can defeat every trainer currently sitting at that Gym, you’ll take the Gym for your Team and then you’ll earn Gold as long as you continue to hold it.

You receive 10 coins and 500 dust for holding a Gym every 20 hours – but actually holding on to a Gym for that long is pretty tricky.

But, there’s a less violent way to get yourself some gold too. If you pass a Gym that’s already taken by your Team, you can leave a Pokémon there to help defend it while you’re away.

21. Keep the app open to hatch an egg


If you’re wondering why your little speckled Pokémon egg isn’t hatching although you’ve definitely walked the required number of miles, there’s a reason for that.

The Pokémon Go app only actually clocks the steps you make while it’s open. That means if you’ve got it running in the background or not running at all, you can wave the prospect of ever hatching that egg goodbye.

Here are a few highlights:

  • Bulbasaur – 2km egg
  • Charmander – 2km egg
  • Squirtle – 2km egg
  • Pikachu – 2km egg
  • Ponyta – 5km egg
  • Machop – 5km egg
  • Lickitung – 5km egg
  • Porygon – 5km egg
  • Chansey – 10km egg
  • Snorlax – 10km egg
  • Lapras – 10km egg
  • Omanyte – 10km egg
  • Kabuto – 10km egg
  • Aerodactyl – 10km egg
  • Dratini – 10km egg

22. The current Pokémon Trainer Level cap is Level 40

The current trainer cap is 40, while an egg’s level cap is 20. So that means if you hatch an egg when you’re over level 20, the Pokémon will hatch at the same quality as it would if you were level 20.

Then for wild Pokémon, they’re level-capped at 30, meaning after that everyone will be finding Pokémon with the same maximum CP levels. So you’ll just have to spend the candies.

When you get to Level 39, you’ll need to get 5 million XP to get to Level 40, and actually going from Level 1 to Level 40 takes 20 million XP.

23. Turn on the Battery Saver Mode



You might have read that Pokémon Go is a bit of a battery life vampire. It’ll suck the juice out of that bad boy faster than you can say “recharge”.

“Some devices may experience battery drain while playing Pokémon Go for prolonged periods of time,” admitted developer Niantic.

Well, in the Settings Menu of Pokémon Go there is a Battery Saver Mode but it does little to help matters.


This is all the pokemon go cheats and tips i have got from now. I will update this page in the future if i got more interesting tips and tricks. Keep visiting this page.

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