Pokemon Go is one of the biggest mobile sensations in the world. People are hunting Pokemon left and right, but the game is riddled with bugs that can hinder your overall experience. Add to that the fact that you need to consume battery juice, cellular data, and exercise to win at the game, and you might realize you can’t take advantage of it to the fullest. However, there are plenty cheats, as well as tips and tricks that should help out with the Pokemon daily grind.

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We have featured plenty of Pokemon Go cheats, though some of them won’t work any longer – the Pokemon mapping feature to be more specific. That said, Bloomberg collected a few interesting hacks every user can probably take advantage of.

The Poke Ball Thrower, seen in the following image, is a contraption made of a cardboard box and sticky notes to help you launch Pokeballs to perfection. The cheat can come in handy especially considering that a current bug helps Pokemon escape at higher rates than before. Here are instructions on how to make one.

The Pokemon Egg Incubator is a trick the helps you pretend like you’re walking, and it’s required to fool the game into thinking you’re actually out and about. All you have to do is strap the phone to a ceiling fan, and your eggs will hatch.

The Battery Pack Pokedex is a do-it-yourself smartphone case the includes an external battery case. You can build it yourself, but if you’re really lazy, just pick an external battery and put it in your pocket.

The Pokemon bot is something more difficult. Crafty developers created Pokemon Go bots that walk the map for you, collecting items. It’s not clear if it’ll work considering Niantic’s recent moves against map apps, but you can read more about it here.

Finally, there’s a GPS spoofing setup that lets you pretend you’re anywhere in the world. We’ve already covered a similar product that works on jailbroken iPhones, but this one should go with any mobile device. However, you’ll need to invest some $300 in extra equipment to make it work.

Chris Smith started writing about gadgets as a hobby, and before he knew it he was sharing his views on tech stuff with readers around the world. Whenever he's not writing about gadgets he miserably fails to stay away from them, although he desperately tries. But that's not necessarily a bad thing.