Pokevision Might Be Gone, but Here Are Some Pokevision Alternatives:
Avid Pokemon GO trainers on Reddit have reported the following trackers may still work as alternatives to Pokevision, at the time of publication. These are reportedly non-cloud-based apps that did not receive cease-and-desist letters, but some Pokemon GO developers still recommend using alternative accounts when trying them:
Compass for Pokemon: The developer of this service (on Google Play here) said he just developed it last week. By next week, he hopes to have it overlay a small compass over Pokemon GO. It’s only available for Android with no current plans to make an iOS version. One Redditor commented that the app is slow but accurate and he was able to find a Growlith with it. (LINK)
Pokemon GO Desktop Map: This map lets users run a scanner from their computer. To use, click the link corresponding with your operating system under Downloads. Install and open the app. Get your Google Maps key, paste it in, and log in with a non-Pokemon GO Google account. Users are reporting that they run it from their computer, connect via a mobile browser, and get alerts when a Pokemon they are interested in has spawned nearby. (LINK)
PokePilot: On Reddit, one Redditor said that the beta for PokePilot may be one of the only iOS alternatives, since most are made for Android. Look for the one that is a map similar to Pokevision, not similarly named services that spoof or use bots. (LINK)
Niantic likely only has the the Pokemon footprint feature disabled for a short period of time, while developers fix the issues that have plagued the in-game tracker. So if you don’t want to use the alternatives above, just rely on Incense and Lures in the meantime, until a new update brings back the footprints tracking feature.