Pokémon Go has taken the world by storm. Longtime fans and newcomers alike can’t get enough of the app, despite early problems with servers and glitches. If you’re one of the millions of players out there and you’re looking for all things Pokémon Go, you’re in the right place. Just make sure you use discretion when you’re out catching Pokemon. Below is a list of the top 10 Pokemon Go sites!
Official Pokémon Go Site
The best site to visit on your journey to Pokémon Go enlightenment begins with PokemonGo.com. You will find links to news about the game, photos, and links to download the app. Pretty basic, but you can’t really go wrong if you’re a newcomer.
Pokémon Go On Twitter
Twitter has been saturated with Pokémon Go tweets since the game launched. The official account for the app is a great place to get general updates about the game worldwide. Be sure to follow @PokemonGoApp if you’re a regular Twitter user.
The Pokémon Wiki
There are plenty of wikis about Pokémon out there, but The Pokémon Wiki is one of the best. Its regularly updated Pokémon Go section covers almost all aspects of the game, from leveling up to evolving and hatching.
Bulbapedia is arguably the best resource for Pokémon in general. It covers every game entry in the franchise, as well as the trading cards, anime, and basically everything Pokémon. You can spend days on this wiki and still not learn everything about the franchise. Head to the Pokémon Go section for comprehensive information on every aspect of the app.
Pokémon Go Database
A fan site for Pokémon Go, Pokémon Database aims to help trainers on their paths to become Pokémon Masters. They have really great resources for players of all skill levels. Check out their beginner’s guide if you’ve not yet started your Pokémon journey.
Serebii.net is a little confusing to navigate at first if you’re used to most websites setups. There are menus on both the left and right of the screen depending on what section you’re visiting, so make sure not to miss them. The site is dedicated entirely to all things Pokémon and features news and leaks from Japan as they emerge. The Pokémon Go section covers all aspects of the app without elaborating too much.
NintendoEverything.com covers not only Pokémon, but all games published or developed by Nintendo. They post news articles about the smallest developments concerning Pokémon Go. Keep it locked to their site, particularly articles tagged with Pokemon Go, to keep up with the app’s every development.
r/ Pokemon Go On Reddit
Never been to Reddit? Try it out. There’s an unlimited amount of content on Pokémon Go subreddit. Most popular posts will cycle every few hours (24 at the most) and be replaced with fresh content. Not all the content is useful and some of it is even offensive, but it’s a great place if you have thick skin and want to waste time browsing Pokémon Go fanart, memes, stories about meeting Pewdiepie, and more.
r/ Pokemon Go on Imgur
Imgur hosts many of the images that show up on Reddit, but has plenty content of its own. The “new” section is constantly being updated with user-submitted images about Pokémon Go. Some are good, and some not so good. You can even post your own content if you’re the creative type.
Pokémon Go Merchandise on Redbubble
Redbubble.com has a section on Pokemon Go and although the merchandise is not official, it’s still great. I plan on representing team valor with a t-shirt of Moltres.
So there you have it, the top 10 Pokemon Go sites on the internet. Are there others I missed? Feel free to share them in the comments. Happy hunting!