We have made it super easy to cancel PokeRater subscription
at the root to avoid any and all mediums "John Rommel Estropia" (the developer) uses to bill you.
Now let us get into the crux of this guide.
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A few things to note and do before cancelling:
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Overall, kudos to the developer for a well made app that looks pretty sleek too. It will even auto-import in the free ads version, unlike another popular IV checker currently in the App Store. The iOS keyboard integration is truly the best feature of this app. I can now input special symbols, copy & paste text, and edit within the name. That said, I wish we could drag and drop our favorite symbols because I want them in a certain order. I’ve had to redo the whole list several times already (twice because I accidentally tapped on a symbol and it got removed). That was such a pain. Also, a few symbols don’t work and showed up as boxed question marks. There is also a minor, yet inconvenient, issue with the keyboard when there’s a “?” in the name. I would definitely consider the paid subscription once the name generator is more customizable. The IV checker is not that much faster than inputting the info yourself into a browser-based IV calculator, but can’t blame the app since it doesn’t have direct access to Pokémon appraisal. There are also several minor bugs throughout the app, but they are manageable and the dev is quick with updates. More importantly, I disagree with the calculation of the defensive rating half of the time. I think the algorithm needs improvement. Blissey’s best defensive set should be zen headbutt and dazzling gleam.
Love this app!! It's super simple and easy to use and yet packed with a ton of useful information that's organized really well. The interface is also very aesthetically pleasing making the experience of using this app much more pleasant compared to Poke Genie--which has much of the same useful info, but the interface is nowhere near as polished as it is within this app. The only suggestion I have would be the inclusion of buddy candy distances added to the pokedex so we know how many kilometers we have to walk in order to earn candy. Other than that the app is perfect you won't be disappointed!
It’s easy to select a screenshot and enter in appraisal information. There are options for marking Pokémon as hatched or from a raid. You can even link other screenshots of the same Pokémon either powered up or evolved. This includes linking previously saved screenshots. This doesn’t even mention how useful the keyboard is. Overall, this is a very solid app that I’m glad I found.
By - Leisel
I downloaded this app specifically for the alternate keyboard that allows me to add special characters to my Pokémon names in Pokémon Go. I am really glad to have found this app, as that is so helpful. The one problem that I have with this app is that, while it allows me to add the symbols I use often to a favorites list for easy access, it randomly clears the list and I have to go and hunt down the symbols again. If you can make the favorites list persistent, this would be 5 stars. Being able to rearrange the order of the symbols on the favorites list after finding them to add to the list would also be helpful.
As a player/trainer who's very interested in the number behind the game, I really enjoy using this app. The graphics are helpful and the customization options are a nice touch as well. It could definitely benefit from some update quality-of-life features (namely importing photos from a folder rather than all images, refreshing info on movesets, and especially importing via screen recording like another amazing PoGO app). But even without these improvements, PokéRater is still really good, pick it up even if you have an IV checking app.
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