We've put together a guide covering all of the Pokémon that evolve using a Sinnoh Stone in Pokémon GO.
Evolution has always been an integral part of the Pokémon franchise from its earliest inception. Trainers powering up and evolving Pokémon is one of the most crucial parts of the game — and Pokémon GO is no exception. Unfortunately, it's not as straightforward as other titles, leaving Niantic Labs to devise a host of unusual methods meant to echo the original games.
Here is a full list of the Pokémon that evolve using a Sinnoh Stone in Pokémon GO.
Full List of Pokémon That Evolve With a Sinnoh Stone
As more Pokemon species were added to the game, Niantic had to get a bit creative with how they would task trainers to evolve them. This manifested in the form of items — both new to Pokémon GO and pre-existing.
The Sinnoh Stone was one of those evolutionary items that specifically debuted in Pokémon GO.
As long as trainers have a Sinnoh Stone and the correct amount of candies, they can prompt the following evolutions in Pokémon GO:
- Aipom into Ambipom
- Dusclops into Dusknoir
- Electabuzz into Electivire
- Gligar into Gliscor
- Kirlia into Gallade (requires Kirlia to be male to evolve)
- Lickitung into Lickilicky
- Magmar into Magmortar
- Misdreavus into Mismagius
- Murkrow into Honchkrow
- Piloswine into Mamoswine
- Porygon2 into Porygon-Z
- Rhydon into Rhyperior
- Roselia into Roserade
- Sneasel into Weavile
- Snorunt into Froslass (requires Snorunt to be female to evolve)
- Tangela into Tangrowth
- Togetic into Togekiss
- Yanma into Yanmega
For more information about how to evolve all species of Pokémon in Pokémon GO using each different method, feel free to check out our informative Pokémon GO Evolution guide.