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With iPogo you get a full set of tools to help you be the best. iPogo is a Simple, Powerful and Intuitive App.

Jailbroken Devices are supported!

Latest Certificate: Aug 3, 2020
Latest Version: 1.7.5 (1.155.0 / 0.189.0)

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Welcome to iPogo Spoofing

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This guide will walk you through iPogo and Spoofing. We will cover a large range of topics from the very basic spoofing questions all the way to more advanced stuff like manipulating time zones.

What is/creating an alt account?

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We want you to keep your main account safe. To do this, create a new account (alt account). Catch what you want on that account, and then using another device, trade to your main account.

What is a cooldown?

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A Cooldown is the amount of time you need to wait after using an in-game action. This is calculated from the distance you will travel between your in-game actions. You will then need to wait said Cooldown time to use your next in-game action or you will fail said action.

Several examples would be the next Pokémon you attempt to catch will flee, a Raid will not work and a Pokéstop will not give you rewards. If you have used an action prior to teleporting within the past 2 hours you will need to calculate your Cooldown. If you did not use an action in the past 2 hours prior to teleporting, then you do not need to calculate your Cooldown. It is safe to assume when teleporting long distances you will need to wait the maximum Cooldown time which is 2 hours.

Cooldown Triggers

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Actions that will trigger cooldown:
Catching a wild Pokémon (especially those coming from Incense, Lure Modules, Special Lures and Meltan’s Mystery Box)
Accidental drop of a ball on encounter screen (also applicable to raids)
Feeding a wild Pokémon with a berry (also applicable to raids)
Spinning a Pokéstop (especially getting a message Bag is Full due to item limit)
Spinning a Pokéstop with Try Again message due to spin limit
Placing a Pokémon in one of the gyms
Feeding a gym defender within screen radar (especially remote feeding as long as you are within the screen radar)
Gym battles
Fleeing Pokémon (due to catch limit)
Use of Gotcha device to spin and catch
Note: These actions will NOT reset or trigger another cooldown if you are already on cooldown.

Actions that will NOT trigger cooldown:
Teleporting
Encountering a wild Pokémon
Remote berry feeding of gym defender (from long distances)
Autowalk (minus spinning and catching)
Hatching eggs
Claiming quest and weekly rewards
Catching a reward Pokémon from quests
Speed raids (ensure you are off cooldown two hours prior to this)
Exchanging and opening gifts
Evolving a Pokémon
Powering up a Pokémon
Trading a Pokémon
Transferring a Pokémon (deleting from the bag)
Taking snapshots of a Pokémon
Changing a Buddy
Gaining Buddy candies
Using items (healing items, evolution items, TMs) on a Pokémon
Using Stardust and Candies to gain a second move for Pokémon
Using Incense, Lucky Egg and/or Starpiece
Deleting items from storage
Player vs player (PVP) battles
Team leader vs Player battle (battle with Blanche, Candela and/or Spark)
Placing a Lure Module or Special Lure on a Pokéstop
Purchasing coins and shop items
Changing of avatar items/clothes
Transferring a Pokémon to Switch to activate Mystery Box
Obtaining a free raid pass by clicking a gym with an active raid
Encountering and catching certain Pokémon from Photobombs such as Smeargle and Party Hat Pikachu
Dropping a ball on the ground (Given that you are already on Cooldown)

What is Sniping and how do I do it?

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Sniping is the term we use to define “teleport and catch a Pokemon” which is far from your real location. In order to snipe, just enter the coordinates of the Pokemon into iPogo, tap on the Pokemon and catch it! Sniping comes with a lot of rules you will have to follow to avoid being penalized.

Most of all, you will need to respect timers, depending on how far you want to teleport and interact with the game; this is called “cooldown” (explained just below). You can also “camp” a Pokemon if you don't want to miss it (also explained below).

What is Camping?

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The term “Camping” is used to describe the situation when you have to stay on the catch screen without throwing a ball or berry at the Pokemon until you can catch it and that depends on the distance and amount of time since your last action. You NEED to respect the cooldown times otherwise the Pokemon will flee. If you don't know what cooldown is, check the question just above!

What are Speed Raids?

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You can do as many raids as you want continuously without triggering cooldown. You need to be off of your previous cooldown and you can't throw a berry or ball to the raid boss after the battle. You have to hit run and move to the next raid no matter where it will be. The point of speed raids are usually to find a shiny or a certain IV.

Spawns show the wrong Level

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All the coordinates posted in our discord and app are only for trainers level 30 and above. If you have a level lower than that, the pokémon IV and CP will be random. Weather changing every hour may also change the IV of the pokémons. So if a pokémon is posted before 5PM, and you check it at 5:01PM and weather has changed, don't be surprised and always verify the CP before catching.

iPogo VIP Features List

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  • Autowalk
    To autowalk, click on the iPogo menu and then the map. Then long press with one finger, anywhere on the map. It will pop up a menu, and you can simply select autowalk.
    Another choice is to go into the iPogo menu and then click random route.
    Enter the number of stops you want to walk, and it will walk a random route for you.
    Your other choice is using a GPX route, which will be explained later.
    Please note the best speed for egg hatching is 9-10 km, and if using the go plus 3-6 km
  • Teleport

    To teleport, click on the iPogo menu and then the map. Then long press with one finger, anywhere on the map. It will pop up a menu, and you can simply select teleport. If you know the coordinates of where you are going, you can click the iPogo menu, Snipe, and enter the coords there. Just a hint, add these to your favorites, and it will be easier to jump there in the future. Another option is to simply use the feeds. Click on the Pokémon that you want, and then click teleport. Don’t forget about cooldown when using this option.

  • Go Plus

    After activating VIP, you will see the Go Plus option. Enable it here, and then close and reboot IPogo. With your Bluetooth on, go into the Pokémon Go settings, scroll to Pokémon Go Plus. Click on that, and then select the Go Plus under available devices. Check whether you have nearby Pokémon, stops, or both selected. Please remember that the Go Plus will always prioritize catching over spinning, even if you do not have any balls. Also, it ONLY uses red balls. It will throw one ball, no curve, and no berry.

  • One Click Delete

    One Click Item Deletion is the ability to delete all unwanted items from your inventory with the click of a button! First you have to setup your kept item list. To do this, go into settings, and find Setup Items. Initially these should al say keep. Change it to the amount of each that you want to keep.If you want to keep all of a certain item, leave it as Keep. Now when you want to delete items, simply click Clear Items in the quick menu.

  • Fast Catch

    Click this to skip catching animation

  • Live Feed Overlay

    This is an overlay on your screen that shows Pokémon added to your custom list. It will teleport you when you click on the Pokémon.

  • Faster Map Load

    This shortens the amount of time that it takes for Pokémon to appear on your map.

  • Block Non Shinies/BNS Include 100IV

    Block non shinies, blocks the app from entering the catch screen when a Pokémon is not shiny (it will give you error 26 at the top of the screen). BNS include 100 IV is the same, except it will allow 100% IV Pokémon to also enter the catch screen. Please note that both options must be selected for BNS include 100 IV to work

  • Favorites

    You will see three options. The last option is Hot Spot. Click that, then choose where you want to go. Favorite is also where you can add your home location, and any other areas that you may like that are not in Hot Spots.

  • Feeds

    Click the iPogo quick menu, and you will see feeds.
    Under feeds there are 4 options: Pokémon, Raid, Nest, and Quest.

    Pokémon: to add a favorite Pokémon, pull down the feeds for the search bar, type in the name of the Pokémon that you are looking for, swipe left on it, and click add. If you are just looking for hundos, you can click the 100 IV, and it will pull up all hundos. There is also a Custom option. Here you can customize a list specifically to whatever you’re looking for including gender, and IV. Please note that the distance option in the custom filter, only filters the distance used with our live feed overlay.

    Raid: Click the tier of the raid that you are looking for, and then find a raid that you’re interested in. Then walk/teleport to said raid.

    Nest: Simply click on the Pokémon listed under nest, it will give you the nests available for that Pokémon, and click on the nest you want to go to.

    Quest: under here there are 3 options: Pokémon, Item, and Stardust. Simply click on what you are looking for, and then click the stop that you want to go to.

  • Import/Export Settings

    After setting your favorites, setting items, etc, be sure to go here. Copy everything in the box, and save it to a notes file. If you ever have to reinstall, copy the notes file, paste in the box, and save it. Your settings will be as they were before. Remember to update the notes files whenever you make changes.

  • Enhanced Throw

    Set this to the option that you want. If you have curveball selected, it will give it to you 100% of the time. The other options are 50/50, to make you look more human.

  • Stats Inventory

    This will show the stats of all the Pokémon in your inventory. Please note that this can cause crashing if left on all the time. Only turn it on when clearing your inventory.

  • Nearby Shortcut Hide/Show

    This is for the nearby feed overlay

  • Nearby Autowalk/Teleport

    This allows you to either walk or teleport to nearby Pokémon

  • Spoofing

    You can turn this off if you want to play local. Please note, even this option has risks, as you are still logged into third party software.

  • Menu Button Hide/Show

    If you want to hide the UI, select this. To access the menu again, long press with 2 fingers.

  • Joystick Dynamic/Static

    The joystick is automatically set to dynamic. To use long press with one finger anywhere on your screen, and it will show under your fing. You can also set it to static, and there will be a stationary joystick shown on your screen.

  • Cooldown Warnings Off/On

    This strictly removes the warning when you click teleport, letting you know how long cooldown is. This does not remove cooldown.


Is iPogo for Android?

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iPogo it not for Android. iPogo is for iOS ONLY

Direct Download

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Direct Download is no longer a viable option as Apple now targets certificates like that after mere hours. From now on you should create your own certificate using a computer or pay a service like Signulous to do it for you.

iPogo and iOS14

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We currently suggest that you do not upgrade to iOS 14 due to Apples new App Attest System. We cannot garuntee iPogo will work

iPogo VIP Information

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VIP is optional. It is a set of special (paid for) features to make iPogo that much better!
You can use iPogo on up to 3 instances of the app at the same time.
You can Click Here to purchase VIP or see what features it includes

How to catch Shinies Only

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To catch Only shinies you can click on a pokemon and see if it is shiny. if it is, catch it. if it is not shiny, run away from it without triggering a cooldown and look for another.