FastPokeMap is currently gone but the new Android based map from SilverStar Apps is ready to take over. The iOS version of FastPokeMap offers some useful features along with notification center support and other live lure information like tracking locations of Pokemon that are just about to spawned. But the main feature that makes this application stand-out is its integration with a huge community of Pokemon hunters that has taken the forum on 4chan to the limits of Pokemon Go search capabilities.
This amazing app uses the fantastic technology of Google's Android ecosystem to allow users to connect their mobile device to a laptop or desktop computer to be able to use it as a Poke Radar. The Poke Alert widget on the home screen shows a list of all the Pokemon around you which can be easily tapped to instantly be notified each time a Pokemon pops up. I have found that this makes the app extremely useful because I don't always want to go out scouting for Pokemon. Especially now that the biggest Pokemon are all available online, I don't have to! All I have to do is install the Poke Alert app and I'm alerted each and every time Pokemon walks by.
Another great feature of the PokeWHERE application is the automatic update feature that provides notification of the latest Poke Locations across the network, based on your device location. If you're connected to wifi, the PokeWHERE will send you an email or text message if Pokemon is nearby, so you don't even need to be online to get a notification. If you are online and don't want to receive push notifications, simply disable push notifications in the settings. This is just one of the unique conveniences provided by the PokeWHERE Android App.