Find ’em All updated for Windows 10 devices, brings notifications for nearby Pokemon and more

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While there is still no Pokemon Go for Windows 10 Mobile, users of Microsoft’s mobile platform can still make use of their devices to assist them in their search for Pokemon. A couple days ago we noted that Daniel Gary, a Windows app developer, had released Find ’em All, an app that is made to allow users to cheat and find Pokemon more easily.

Today, an update has been released for the app, which brings a couple nice new features and some improvements:

  • Pokemon filters
  • Notifications when a Pokemon is nearby
  • Night mode
  • Improvements to the error messages when login has failed
  • New alert for when you try to login with Location disabled

Possibly the biggest feature in this update is the notifications for when a Pokemon is nearby. No longer will players need to endlessly stare at their iOS or Android devices, instead, they can keep their Windows 10 Mobile with them and be alerted when one is within your vicinity, helping save battery life and eyes.

Grab the latest update from the Windows Store now.

Find 'Em All
Find 'Em All
Developer: Daniel Gary
Price: Free
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