Pokemon GO Tips: How to Find Pokestops
If you want to become a top pokemon trainer, pokestops will be the places you visit most in Pokemon Go. Therefore, it’s necessary to know where to find them. Here is where to find Pokestops and how to use them.
Pokestops are indentified on your map with blue icons, like the one shown above.
Pokestops are usually located at select places near you, such as, churches, historical attractions, monuments. So this should give you a good idea as to where you might find one.
At the moment, there are several types of items that a Pokestop can reward players with — however, this list might change as time goes on.
1.Pokeball — Given that this is by far the most common reward, Pokestops are the most cost-effective way to ensure that you maintain a base level of Pokeballs that you can use to capture new monsters.
2.Potion — Used to recover your the HP of your Pokemon following a battle.
Razz Berry — A consumable item that makes it easier to capture a particular Pokemon.
3.Revive — If your Pokemon faints in a gym battle against a rival team, this will restore them to half their maximum health.
4.Lucky Egg — A consumable item that doubles your experience gained for thirty minutes upon activation.
Egg — A Pokemon that will only hatch after you walk 2KM, 5KM, or 10KM while it’s stored in an incubator.
There’s no limit to how many players can claim rewards from a Pokestop over a particular time frame, but individuals will have to wait five minutes between swiping the symbol and retrieving a new set of rewards — the marker changes to purple when it’s recharging and will turn blue again once it’s ready. Only Pokeballs and Eggs are offered up until the player reaches level 5, at which point the rest of the list comes into play.