It is not uncommon for apps to get copycat apps, or apps specifically designed to enhance your experience with another app. This is especially true if the original app is very popular, and Pokemon GO is one of them. “Ball Practice for Pokemon GO” is the name, and its goal is to give Pokemon GO trainers the ability to practice the art of throwing Pokeballs. The app comes from a Chinese developer called “Rejected Games: FPS Adventure & Sport Simulation”. Obviously, copyright infringement prevents the developers from copying designs, such as the Pokemon. Because of this, the developer has to spoof them. The result is designs such as the Snorlax that you can see in a picture we included below. There is also multi-colored Pokeballs to avoid any legal action. The app has been out on the Google Play store for a while, but it was recently updated to make the game more accurate and to include the spoofed graphics.