Pokémon Pokedex comes to iOS

Pokemon Pokedex comes to iOS
The Pokémon Company has officially brought the Pokémon Pokedex to iOS. The app allows users to browse various Pokémon, check out their stats, learn where to find them, how to evolve them and more.

The $1.99 purchase of the iOS Pokédex will get you access to Pokémon from the Unova region. The four remaining regions can be purchased for $5.99 each. In other words, topping up the entire Pokédex will run you about 26 bucks. It seems really out of character for a Pokémon product to support such obsessive-compulsive purchases, but there you go.

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Official Data and Images for More than 640 Pokémon Are
at Your Fingertips with the Pokédex for iOS Application!
BELLEVUE, WA-December 10, 2012-The Pokémon Company International announced today that the official Pokédex application, an illustrated encyclopedia of more than 640 Pokémon characters, has arrived for the iPhone, iPad, iPad mini, and iPod touch[1], providing fans in North America and Europe[2] with a new and extremely helpful way to access comprehensive data about their favorite Pokémon. Fans can now download Pokédex for iOS from the Apple App Store and take an in-depth look into the world of Pokémon straight from their iOS device.

The wide range of data in the Pokédex for iOS application is conveniently accessible for each Pokémon character, giving fans invaluable information such as how to evolve a Pokémon, locations where specific Pokémon are found, and which types of attacks an individual Pokémon is weak against. The Pokédex for iOS is a must-have companion when playing Pokémon video games, including the recently launched Pokémon Black 2 and Pokémon White 2.

After downloading the official Pokédex for iOS [$1.99 USD], fans have immediate access to the Unova Pokédex (National Pokédex No. 494-647) and can quickly browse Pokémon either by name or by Pokédex number, move, Ability, or type. The application's intuitive interface allows users to sort Pokémon in numerous ways based on their distinctive characteristics. Once a user chooses a particular Pokémon, a detailed and dynamic 360-degree image of the Pokémon appears with a full encyclopedia entry, including its name, height and weight, type, Ability, and moves it can learn. Each Pokémon's entry includes the locations where the Pokémon can be found in Pokémon Black, Pokémon White, Pokémon Black 2, and Pokémon White 2.

Once fans get Pokédex for iOS, they can search the app's Store to purchase the full National Pokédex, region by region: Kanto Pokédex (National Pokédex No. 001-151), Johto Pokédex (National Pokédex No. 152-251), Hoenn Pokédex (National Pokédex No. 252-386), and Sinnoh Pokédex (National Pokédex No. 387-493) for $5.99 USD each. Every regional Pokédex features the same level of detailed information as that provided by the Unova Pokédex.

Pokédex for iOS can be switched from English to French, Italian, Japanese, German, and Spanish. For information about the Pokédex for iOS application, please visit www.pokedexios.com.

Search for "Pokédex" on the Apple App Store and choose the following icon:

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About Pokémon
The Pokémon Company International, a subsidiary of The Pokémon Company in Japan, manages the property outside of Asia and is responsible for brand management, licensing, marketing, the Pokémon Trading Card Game, the animated TV series, home entertainment, and the official Pokémon website. Pokémon was launched in Japan in 1996 and today is one of the most popular children's entertainment properties in the world. For more information, visit www.pokemon.com.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.