* PokéRater is safe. It complies with Pokémon GO's Terms of Service and will NOT ask you to log into your account. No risks of getting banned. *
PokéRater automatically rates your Pokémon so you know which ones to keep and power-up.
Step 1: Take a screenshot of your Pokémon's status screen in-game
Step 2: Select that screenshot from PokéRater
- Doesn't break any Terms of Service so no risks of getting banned
- Scans movesets and rates your Pokémon's gym offensive and defensive ranking!
- It doesn't matter if you change your Pokémon's nickname!
- Can read screenshots taken from any iPhone and iPad device
- Can recognize Pokémon screenshots in these languages: English, 日本語, Español, Francais, Deutsch, Italiano, 한국어,
- Shows your Pokémon's CP after evolving!
- Shows Power-Up forecasts for each level
- Shows max power-up stats for each evolution
- Works perfectly with the in-game appraisal system
- Sortable History screen to view all previously scanned Pokémon
- Auto-scan mode available for free!
- Ability to group multiple of the same Pokémon's evolved and powered-up screenshots together
- Nickname templates and a custom keyboard for naming your favorite Pokémon!
- Seamless integration with Pokebattler! (if you haven't yet, check out the best battle simulations at www.pokebattler.com)
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• Pro Trainer subscription (auto-renewable)
- Nickname template
- Background scanning and notifications for up to 3 mins
- Hide ads
- Price/Duration: $0.99 per month (1 week free trial)
- Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase
- Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period
- Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal
- Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase
- Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable
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PokéRater is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Niantic and Nintendo.
- Added support for the first Galarian Pokemon
- Added missing movesets
- Fixed issues on iOS 13
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Awesome app, BUT! WARNING!!!
WARNING: enabling Full Access on the PokeRater keyboard will enable the developers to fully access everything you type, including credit card numbers, bank account information, and passwords. Direct from Apple: "Third Party Keyboards provide an alternative way to input keyboard data. These keyboards can access all of the data you type, including bank account and credit card numbers, street addresses, as well as other personal and sensitive information. These keyboards may also access nearby text or data, which is useful for improving autocorrect functionality."
I really do love this app. It's fantastic for showing you the quality and IVs of the Pokemon you catch in POGO. But, the Full Access option on the PokeRater keyboard is absolutely terrifying. There is NO reason for them to need that access, and the fact that they instruct users to enable that on purpose is highly suspicious.
Developer Response ,
Annoying blinking exclamation and radar
Scanning seems to be working better, so thanks for that, but the newest update with the blinking exclamation point when IVs have a range kinda sorta makes me want to gouge my eyes out. I honestly don’t think you need anything to draw attention to the fact that things need to be narrowed down, because the app is fairly intuitive, but, if you do, maybe just a solid orange exclamation? The CONSTANT IN YOUR FACE BLINKING is way, way, way too much. It’s seriously annoying. Especially if you can’t narrow the range down any more than it already is.
My second issue: The radar screen seems not extremely useful, and putting it right up top where you have to scroll down to get to the stuff you have to use all the time on almost every entry (i.e. the narrow down IV selections) is not great and makes using the app seems that much more tedious. The radar seems like something that could be put somewhere else if it has to stay in the app at all.
Other than that, love the app. Thanks for keeping it going!
Keyboard is the best feature
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.
- John Rommel Estropia
- 206.9 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Unrestricted Web Access
- Copyright © 2016 John Rommel Estropia
- In-App Purchases
- Pro Trainer $0.99
- Remove Ads $3.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.