The peak of the Pokemon Go craze is long behind us now. Some bloggers seemed to be surprised that Pokemon Go couldn’t stay at the top of app store charts forever, but it was pretty delusional to think that was even a possibility. In fact, the fact that the app is still #5 on the iOS App Store’s top-grossing apps is nothing short of amazing considering how long it has been since Pokemon Go was released and how tight a grip on the top-grossing chart the perennial leaders have had until now. This goes to show you that the game still has a huge base of avid fans who have no intention of slowing down on their quest to catch them all — and many of those fans will be happy to learn that the best ever Pokemon Go cheat still works perfectly following the release of Niantic’s latest app update. And best of all, it still doesn’t require you to jailbreak your iPhone in order to use it.

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Before we get into the cheat itself, we should issue a quick obligatory note that cheating is bad. Shame on you, cheaters. Of course, this is a smartphone game we’re talking about here, and it just so happens to be a game that requires an insane amount of time and effort to continue progressing once you manage to reach a certain point.

So, how does this killer Pokemon Go cheat work? The game requires users to run around their towns catching Pokemon, but this smart hack makes it so that you can actually just walk around the maps in the game on your iPhone without actually having to venture outdoors. With winter fast approaching, this will definitely come in handy. Plus, sometimes it’s just not convenient or even possible to spend the kind of time it would take to catch some of the more rare Pokemon in the game.

As YouTuber iCrackUriDevice explains, this great Pokemon Go hack still works perfectly with the new Pokemon Go 1.11.4 update released by Niantic. Check out the full video, which is embedded below, and use this site to download the actual hacked Pokemon Go app referenced in the video.