Pokemon Home Will Available for Android, iPad and iPhone in February

Pokemon is a well known franchise in the entertainment industry and it will make further expansion into the mobile landscape. Nintendo and The Pokemon Company is preparing to launch the Pokemon Home, a new cloud service app that will be available for iOS, Android and Nintendo Switch. Although the app is free to download, the cloud service won’t. With Pokemon Home, it will be easy for fans to manage their present Pokemon games across multiple platforms. Supported games are Pokemon Shield, Pokemon Sword, Pikachu!, Pokemon Let’s Go and Pokemon Let’s Go Eevee!. One major title that’s missing is Pokemon Go, but Nintendo promises that support for it is already in development.

It is convenient to store Pokemon in cloud, because you can access it everywhere within any supported device and app. Although you can do this back and forth, there would be a few exceptions. If you move one Pokemon from Pokemon Let’s Go or Pokemon Let’s Go Eevee! To Pokemon Shield or Pokemon Sword, there’s no way you can return it. Another convenience when using Pokemon Home is that you trade Pokemon on mobile devices. The system should be very simple and you may specify any Pokemon that you want to get or trade. The service should find a match automatically for you. With the service’s mobile app, you can check the various Online competitions and Ranked Battles of Pokemon Shield and Pokemon Sword.

You can make a room that holds up to 20 uses and you can trade Pokemon easily with them. You can make a new trade room and there should be no cost involved. There are Pokemon Home plans that you can choose. The Basic plan allows you to store only up to 30 Pokemon, whereas the Premium Plan users can store up to 6,000 Pokemon. Users can freely join trade rooms, but you won’t be able to create a new one. The price is fairly affordable for any user. The Premium plan costs you only $2.95 per month, $5 per three months and $16 per 12 months.