Pokémap Live for PC Download ( Windows and Mac )

As Pokemon Go making every smartphone users to go out and find Pokemon, Google Play is getting rocked by other Pokemon apps. Yesterday I posted about Smart Poke V2 and today I’ve another app which will help you to catch ’em all. Pokémap Live is a real-time map of all the Pokemon in your area. That means you don’t have wonder off on roads and parks, just open this app and go to the exact location where Pokemon is. Let’s start the method to download and install Pokémap Live for PC running Windows and Mac.

Pokemap live for PC

Pokémap Live for PC can be installed and used on a computer powered up with Windows (XP/7/8/8.1/10) Desktop PC/Laptop and MacOS/OS X powered Macbook Air, Macbook Pro and iMac. In order to be able to get Pokémap Live for PC, you need an Android emulator like BlueStacks or Andy OS. We have this guide going down explaining the method to grab Pokémap Live for PC right away.

Download Pokémap Live For Windows PC & Mac

  1. Pokémap Live APK.
  2. Download and install Bluestacks: Bluestacks Offline Installer | Rooted Bluestacks |Bluestacks App Player
  3. Once you’ve installed Bluestacks, double click the downloaded Pokémap Live APK.
  4. The APK will be installed using Bluestacks, once installed open Bluestacks and locate the recently installed Pokémap Live.
  5. Click the Pokémap Live icon to open it, follow the on-screen instructions to use it.

You can also use Andy OS to install Pokémap Live, here’s the tutorialHow To Run Android Apps On Mac OS X With Andy

The Andy OS tutorial explains how to play a game on your Mac OSX, but the same guide will also work for a Windows PC.

That’s all. In case you’re stuck with anything, reach us out through the comment box below.

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