PSA: GO Vision For Pokemon Go is Free For Limited Time

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Heads up, Pokemon Go fanatics: Just in time for your weekend Pokehunting trip, Phusion's GO Vision for Pokemon Go app is free in the iOS App Store today.

The program "helps you discover the location of all the Pokemon found by players in your community," the app description said. It would normally set you back $1.99, but players can now get it for free, as the folks over at BGR first reported.

We haven't reviewed this app, but GO Vision for Pokemon Go promises to make it easy to "see where all the Pokemon have been spotted with the precise time they were found," according to the game's details.

You better head over to the App Store and download it soon, however, because there's no word as to how long this discount will last. BGR says it "could end an hour from now or a week from now." Note that if you go to download the app and see a price listed instead of the word "get," you missed the sale and will be charged if you go through with the install.

In other Pokemon Go news, developer Niantic this week released details of its latest update for the game, which brings a new "Nearby" tracking feature that should actually work. The upgrade also notably resurrects the battery saver mode on iOS, and adds a pop-up notification to remind Trainers that they shouldn't hunt and drive.

If you're a newbie to the game, be sure to check out Pokemon Go: How to Get Started and Catch 'Em All.

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