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Misleading wording, doesn’t do what it says
It’s like every other IV calculator. You screenshot and it tells you the IV, most of the time it doesn’t even tell me what the IV is or it says it couldn’t gather the information. Mewtwo, Metagross, and a Flareon specifically aren’t working for me as a few examples. The app description says that it “works through PoGo app” and really it doesn’t. You take a screenshot and the app gives you a drop down notification of the IV %. However, the way they word the phrase made me think you had to pay for the app. So I paid for a subscription, which I would like a refund on, because this app does not do as stated. It does not work within Pokémon Go, it works completely on its own, and a drop down notification is not “within the app”. It would be more simple to screenshot all of my Pokémon and mass import them into any other app. The way the app was worded sounds great and 100% useful! However, it doesn’t work as they say, deceitful.
This is a great app for keeping track of your Pokédex and figuring out weaknesses for other Pokémon. The only gripe that I have is the fact that you have to manually analyze every one of your Pokémon through screenshots, which, for those that have been playing the game for a long while is VERY time consuming. Don’t let that minor detail take away from this app though as I’m sure that automatic scanning will more than likely be something that will be available in the future. I like the ability to indicate raid locations on the app so the app knows in the future where they will be. Overall, there’s a lot of potential in this app, and I honestly can’t wait to see its progression.
I downloaded Pocketdex to compare it to Poke Genie, which has set the standard for Pokemon Go utility apps. My frustrations set in immediately. My first test scan was Mewtwo. Pocketdex insisted it was a Mew, and wouldn't give me Mewtwo as an option to change it to. My next scan was a dragonite. This time the app was a little closer: it asked if it was a Dratini, a Dragonair, or a Dragonite. I can remember only one time out of thousands that Poke Genie has ever asked for help with identifying a Pokemon, and it was because I made a bad screenshot. It didn't scan what the moveset was. I had trouble entering the appraisal information, and couldn't figure out how to make corrections. Poke Genie would have taken care of all that quickly and easily. In short, using Pocketdex would add more time and effort and give me less, the opposite of what I need. The makers have a long ways to go before this app will be worth considering as an alternative.
Terrible. Get PokeGenie instead.
App doesn’t work as described. Pro subscription is a waste and doesn’t make uploads much smoother. You have to have to open the app before you open Pokémon Go, take a screenshot and the app shows a drop down notification of the IV info. You still have to update appraisal and moves info to get an accurate score. Most of the time it cannot even read Pokemon acquired from raids. I am using PokeGenie now which can read all the Pokemon I have tried so far, from field and raids alike. Includes a battle simulator and while you have to upload screenshots and update appraisal info, most of the time it reads moves automatically. The PokeGenie also asks if you have leveled up based on the stats of the Pokémon you scan, keeping your Pokémon in the app updated. Just altogether more accurate and easier to use.
3.5 but I just recently started using it
It’s user friendly so I could use this pretty simply!? When u do have a question or looking for instruction, tips, whatever, and have spent 10 minutes clicking every option you find out. That’s it. That’s all the info they have or suggestion and it’s already stuff u figured out. Final gripe is RAIDS. And I don’t think it’s an app problem as much as a getting the word out there. Seems like everyone is using silph road and FB to post raids. I like this apps idea of parking it on the map so u can plan a Raif route. To this day I have yet to see a raid on here. I am gonna flag some in today’s hunt and tomorrow’s community day but up to the users to get this part off the ground and and rolling
Newest update doesn’t scan correctly
Bought the pro for a lifetime so I could use this in game and see the stats however they’re incorrect and isn’t right as I have a 100% Pokémon and the in game scan says “82%” how’s that even possible? Screenshot says 100% but in game scan says 82%. Needs some work and very dissatisfied sadly. UPDATE: It was my bad that I was reading the percentages incorrectly it does in deed work as it should with further looking into. 5* definitely for how easily this works. Sorry about that bad feedback looking forward to the new update! Thank you for responding.
Not worth the money or time
Mostly you will get unknown results or a wide range of IV. About 20% of the time you get a defined IV. The reason you do not results is because the app can not determine the level of your Pokémon. It asks you to update your level in this app but nothing changes. This happens with certain Pokémon and the error repeats so you cannot simply try again. If you don’t want to pay and do not mind these issues it is a decent app. Update: with recent updates to Pokémon Go this app is now not capable to give a limited defined IV. I can still use it to calculate how much candy and stardust I need to power up a Pokémon to max. The raid feature only allows you to add one manually and does not have a full database of current raids. For raids it would be look for a local social media group.
Simple and informative
Pocketdex is the kind of app that you look at and think, “ I don’t really need that” but when you download it and figure out how it works (which takes less than a minute due to its very easy to understand interface) you realize that this is and essential when playing Pokémon Go. It makes getting to know how good you Pokémon really are effortless with its screenshot scanning feature. The ability to list Pokémon as defending a Gym is helpful when trying to keep track of your Pokémon and where they are. Highly Recommend.
Been using for 2 mos June-July 2019. It has been free, with minimal ads of which do not block you when using the app.!!!!!!!!! That alone is awesome. Few Pokémon are difficult to enter, but that could be my lack of knowledge. I have a Pokémon that has different moves, of which are not an option and therefore proper rating is not achieved. Overall, free and it works. Pokémon has changed, so this app is almost obsolete.
Lots of Potential
This app has so much potential to be THE definitive raid reporting and coordinating app between platforms, but seems to be more focused on reinventing the wheel trying to be an all-in-one solution. Best layout and very smooth and enjoyable interface for reporting raids! Need to be able to delete raids mistakenly reported and have nearby users change eggs to bosses instead of having them disappear from the map once hatched for starters. Our community and many more are ready to jump on this great feature once it matures a bit. Kudos to the creators!
BEST APP EVER FOR POKÉMON GO!
This app is a lifesaver! It’s way better than Poke Genie! It’s less known, but it’s awesome. There’s a free app, but you can always try the Pro version for one month to see if you like it or not. You can screenshot your Pokémon screen, which can immediately appraise it. The app can also delete your screenshot after you appraise your Pokémon. So I say that you should try the app. It is worth it!!!! Thank you so much! Download this app!
Tried to Email and Ask for Guidance
I did my best to reach out via email to let them know that even after I purchased the subscriptions, it wasn’t applying to the app. Also, when I tried to scan, the app would quit. Please advise. - update: the developer reached out about an update. Will wait for this update but is still currently unfixed.
Got more than what I expected.
So I was just gonna give this a bland review saying this was a good PokémonGo app, but I decided to give it a try. This app is actually surprising. I would've assumed this app had trash in-app-purchases and a lot of ads, but I was proven wrong. The app is really helpful when in trying to figure out which Pokémon are the best based on CR and type. I would recommend.
Seems like it can be useful
I took a few screenshots and it was able to find some that I took awhile back which is nice, but on some of them it would say it couldn’t find some of the information and I would have to fill in the rest myself, but when it did work it gives you a lot of information that can be useful in raids.
Doesn’t do what it says FRUSTRATING!
The point of me downloading and paying for this was to make my gaming experience and iv checking a lot easier. You can’t multi delete anything in this app nor does it’s an directly through the game. The point of this was to not have to switch back and forth between 2 apps. Which I believe was everyone’s hope and basically what there selling point is but this is so frustrating to use. I’ve never wanted to throw my phone through a wall more so than I have while trying to use this app!
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