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Feb 21

Pokémon TV Redesigned

Posted by Sunain | February 21st 2019 at 11:46 PM EST
Tags: Anime, Android, Apple iOS, Pokémon TV
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The official Pokémon TV redesigned app was launched on February 20th, 2019 for Apple iOS and Android. The updated Pokémon TV app makes it easier than ever to watch your favorite episodes and movies. There are also apps for Kindle, Roku, Apple TV and Amazon Fire TV.

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Pokémon TV Redesigned Details:

Download the redesigned Pokémon TV app, complete with awesome new features and even easier navigation! Watching your favorite Pokémon animated adventures on all of your devices has never been easier. Stream movies, episodes, and special animated features starring Ash, Pikachu, and all of their friends, all at no cost!

Easily Watch Across Devices!
When you sign in with your Pokémon Trainer Club account, your episode and season progress will be saved across all of your devices.

Watch Full Seasons!
Catch up on full seasons at a time. Current full seasons include: Season 1: Indigo League, Season 20: Sun & Moon, and Season 21: Sun & Moon—Ultra Adventures (all aired episodes).

Stay Up to Date with Push Notifications!
We’ve also added push notifications to alert you when new movies and episodes have been added. With push notifications enabled, you’ll be the first to know what awesome adventures await the next time you watch!

Watch Offline!
If you’re planning to be without internet service for a while, don’t worry! With the updated app, you can download episodes or a movie for offline viewing. This video will be stored to your device, so you can watch on that long airplane flight!

The Pokémon TV app is the perfect way for fans to watch their favorite episodes.

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Press Release - Pokémon TV Mobile App

Watch your favorite Pokémon episodes, movies, and more on the updated Pokémon TV app! Enjoy a fresh new interface that makes it easier to browse and watch. When you finish watching a video, the Pokémon TV app will give you suggestions on what to watch next. Plus, new Pokémon Trainer Club integration lets you start an episode on one mobile device and continue watching on another.

Catch the adventures of Ash, Pikachu, and many amazing characters and Pokémon as they explore, battle, and spar against Team Rocket. Dozens of episodes are available for you to watch and re-watch as much as you like, all at no charge.

The updated Pokémon TV app is available for many mobile devices, including the iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, Android devices, and Kindle Fire. The apps for Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and select smart TVs will be updated soon.

If you're heading somewhere without a reliable internet connection, you can download an episode, movie, or feature for offline viewing. This video will be stored to your device so you can watch it any time. There's no limit to how many downloads you can store—with the Pokémon TV app, you're ready to watch wherever and whenever! The video will automatically be removed from the download section of the app after one week.

Optional push notifications let you know when more movies and episodes have been added. With push notifications enabled, you'll be the first to know what awesome adventures await the next time you watch!

Have fun watching the amazing adventures of Ash and friends now on the Pokémon TV app!

Source: https://www.pokemon.com/us/app/pokemon-tv/

Article edited on 2019-02-21 11:50:06 by Sunain
Feb 20

Pokémon Day 2019 Activities

Posted by Sunain | February 20th 2019 at 07:24 PM EST
Tags: Anime, TCG, Press Release, Merchandise, Nintendo, Pokémon TV, GameStop, EB Games, Pokémon Day, Toys R Us
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The official Pokémon website has announced some Pokémon Day 2019 Activities for Canada and the United States in addition to the ones that were previously announced for the Nintendo Store in New York City.

Fun Pokémon Day 2019 Activities Abound

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Pokémon Day nears! Get ready for a bunch of awesome events and activities.

This Pokémon Day is sure to be huge, with exciting news and events celebrating more than 20 years of Pokémon fun. Pokémon Day itself is February 27, the anniversary of the release of the very first Pokémon games in Japan. But the events planned are too big to fit into just one day—look forward to exciting Pokémon Day festivities throughout the week and beyond.

Pokémon TCG fans, be sure to check out the Trade & Play events happening at GameStop and Best Buy in the United States, as well as at EB Games in Canada. Meet up with fellow players and collectors to battle and trade, and pick up a free oversize booster pack—containing a three-card mini pack and other fun goodies—while supplies last. The fun starts February 23. Click here for complete details on the Trade & Play events.

Settle in to watch all the Pokémon episodes you want when Twitch.tv offers another Pokémon the Series marathon from February 27 through May 5. Fans can head to Twitch.tv/twitchpresents to watch episodes from Pokémon the Series: Diamond and Pearl, Pokémon the Series: Black & White, and Pokémon the Series: XY, as well as select movies. Twitch will also showcase some of their favorite episodes and movies all day on February 27, highlighting Pokémon such as Pikachu, Zekrom, Eevee, Snorlax, and others that appear as part of a TAG TEAM in the recently released Pokémon TCG: Sun & Moon—Team Up expansion.

Disney XD in the US will join the fun by airing blocks of fan-favorite episodes on February 27 starting at 3:30 p.m. Plus, YTV in Canada will air a marathon of the final four episodes of Sun & Moon—Ultra Adventures starting at 1 p.m. PST. Check your local listings to confirm time and channel.

To mark this year's Pokémon Day, the Pokémon Center is debuting a new line of premium apparel called Poké Ball Classics. The collection includes clothes and accessories featuring a clean Poké Ball pattern that's perfect for when you want to dress your best but also show off your Pokémon pride. The Poké Ball Classics collection launches February 27 at PokemonCenter.com.

Following last year's big Pikachu Funko Pop! reveal, Bulbasaur is the next Pokémon to get the Funko Pop! treatment. Look for this beloved first partner Pokémon to arrive in Pop! form on February 27.

Have fun celebrating Pokémon Day 2019!

Source: https://www.pokemon.com/us/pokemon-news/fun-pokemon-day-2019-activities-abound/

Pokémon TCG Trade & Play Day Heading to a Store Near You

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Bring your Pokémon TCG cards to participating retailers to trade with other fans and get a special oversize pack.

Get an early start on Pokémon Day 2019 festivities by heading to select retailers for a Pokémon Trade & Play Day. Celebrate the fun of playing the Pokémon Trading Card Game with friends, as well as the recent release of the latest Pokémon TCG expansion, Sun & Moon—Team Up.

Visit a participating Best Buy location on February 23 or a participating GameStop on February 23–24 to meet up with other Pokémon fans, receive a special oversize booster pack, and trade Pokémon TCG cards with other attendees. Canadian residents can head to Toys“R”Us on February 16 or EB Games on February 23 to take part in Pokémon Trade & Play Day.

The oversize booster packs contain a 3-card mini pack of Pokémon TCG cards, a Pokémon coin, a fun activity sheet, and a guide to the Pokémon TCG. Everyone is invited to bring their Pokémon TCG cards to trade and show off with other fans. Organizers at each store will also have Pokémon TCG cards that they can trade with guests. There is no cost to participate in this event, but please note that the giveaways are only available while supplies last.

So, organize your trade binders and get ready for Pokémon Trade & Play Day! And be sure to check out the selection of new Sun & Moon—Team Up cards while you're there.

Source: https://www.pokemon.com/us/pokemon-news/pokemon-tcg-trade-play-day-heading-to-a-store-near-you/

Press Release - Pokémon Day 2019

Pokémon Day, the annual pop-culture holiday dedicated to all things Pokémon, arrives on February 27, and The Pokémon Company International has announced a variety of offerings to help fans celebrate. This year, Pokémon Trainers can look forward to Pokémon Trading Card Game events, curated animated content on Twitch and Pokémon TV, new merchandise from Pokémon Center, retail promotions, and more.

On February 27, 1996, the first Pokémon video games, Pokémon Red and Pokémon Green, released in Japan, kicking off a global phenomenon that would become one of the most popular entertainment franchises in the world for more than 20 years. In commemoration of this pop-culture milestone, The Pokémon Company International provides fans with activities, products, and promotions that give them additional opportunities to engage with the Pokémon brand.

“Pokémon Day is about celebrating the incredible fans that have made Pokémon one of the most beloved entertainment franchises in the world,” said J.C. Smith, senior director of consumer marketing for The Pokémon Company International. “As a thank-you to the community, we're excited to provide them with more ways to experience all things Pokémon.”

Key Pokémon Day highlights include:

Pokémon Trading Card Game Trade & Play Events
Select retailers, including GameStop and Best Buy in the US and EB Games in Canada, will host Trade & Play events for the Pokémon Trading Card Game in celebration of the latest expansion, Pokémon TCG: Sun & Moon—Team Up. Attendees will receive a free oversize booster pack containing cards and other goodies (while supplies last), and they'll have the opportunity to play the Pokémon TCG and trade cards with other fans. Event details for participating retailers are as follows:

  • GameStop: Over 2,500 stores in the US will host events on February 23 and February 24. In addition, GameStop will release an exclusive Lapras plush by Wicked Cool Toys during the events.
  • Best Buy: Over 100 stores in the US will host events on February 23.
  • EB Games: Over 100 stores in Canada will host events on February 23.

Curated Animated Content on Twitch, Pokémon TV, and Broadcast
Trainers will be able to relive some of their favorite moments from the animated TV series and movies as the Twitch Pokémon Marathon returns on Pokémon Day. From February 27 through May 5, fans can tune in to twitch.tv/twitchpresents to watch Pokémon the Series: Diamond and Pearl, Pokémon the Series: Black & White, Pokémon the Series: XY, and select movies.

Twitch will showcase some of their favorite episodes and movies all day on February 27, with content highlighting Pokémon like Pikachu, Zekrom, Eevee, Snorlax, and others that appear as TAG TEAM Pokémon-GX from the recently released Pokémon TCG: Sun & Moon—Team Up expansion.

On Pokémon TV, available via the app for iOS and Android devices and on Pokémon.com, fans can watch episodes featuring Gengar and Mimikyu, which can also be found paired together as a TAG TEAM Pokémon-GX. Disney XD in the US and YTV in Canada will also join the fun by showcasing blocks of fan-favorite episodes on February 27.

Brand-New Collection from Pokémon Center
Pokémon Center will release Poké Ball Classics, a new collection of premium-quality apparel and accessories that are fitting for the workplace and dressy occasions. Sporting a clean and crisp Poké Ball pattern, the line includes a bifold wallet, tie, infinity scarf, polo shirt, messenger bag, and Fossil watches for women and men.

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Poké Ball Classics will be available starting February 27 at PokemonCenter.com, the premier destination for Pokémon merchandise in the US.

Pokémon Streetwear Collaboration with 10.Deep
Pokémon will soon debut a US streetwear apparel collaboration with streetwear brand 10.Deep Clothing Inc. The Pokémon Company International and 10.Deep have partnered to create a capsule collection for spring/summer 2019, with apparel featuring the infamous Team Rocket.

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The items will be available on February 27 at a pop-up event taking place at the 10.Deep flagship store in New York City and on 10Deep.com. Following the initial launch, the line will be available at select boutiques.

Special Toys and Retail Promotions
On February 27, The Pokémon Company International and Funko will add Bulbasaur to their roster of Funko Pop! Pokémon figures. Fans can sign up at Funko.com to receive updates on product availability.

In addition, Build-A-Bear Workshop will offer an online discount of up to 30 percent off all Pokémon bundles at buildabear.com and buildabear.co.uk from February 25 through February 27.

Article edited on 2019-02-20 10:01:22 by Sunain
Apr 24

Pokémon TV app relaunches

Posted by Sunain | April 24th 2016 at 04:45 AM EDT
Tags: Anime, Press Release, Android, Apple iOS, Pokémon TV, Kindle
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Pokémon Company International has announced that the Pokémon TV app has relaunched with new features. It is available for free for Apple iOS, Android and Kindle Fire users.

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Press Release - Pokémon TV application relaunches with brand-new on-the-go features

Download functionality and notifications ensure that fans never miss their favourite movies, episodes, and special animated features Pokémon TV, available for download at no cost on iPhone, iPad, Kindle Fire and Android devices, relaunches today with all-new features. The app includes up to 60 episodes of Pokémon animation available to stream, updated weekly, and regular showings of feature-length Pokémon movies. Plus, anyone using the application will now also be able to download one episode or movie to enjoy offline when network access is not available.

Content currently available includes episodes from the first season, Pokémon: Indigo League, through to the latest, Pokémon the Series: XY.

The update includes a revised range of features, including:

· My Channel: When fans start watching a video, it is automatically saved to their channel, making it easy to resume viewing. Recently completed videos will also stay in their channel, and another episode will play automatically at the conclusion of the previous one.
· Downloadable Content: Fans without network access can still enjoy their favourite Pokémon content. With the updated app, viewers can mark one episode or movie for offline viewing at their convenience. The video will be stored on their device for one week before it is automatically removed.
· Rate Videos: With this fun feature, Pokémon fans can rate each video after they’ve finished watching it. Their score will then contribute to an average rating for that video.
· Push Notifications: Viewers can now find out when new movies and episodes have been added to the Pokémon TV app with convenient push notifications.
This latest update is part of the ongoing programme of multi-channel animation screenings running throughout 2016. Right now, Pokémon the Movie 2000, featuring the iconic Legendary Pokémon Articuno, Zapdos and Moltres, is currently available on Pokémon TV, with much more animation content to come throughout the year.

Article edited on 2016-04-24 04:47:43 by Sunain
Aug 09

Camp Pokémon and Pokémon TV Apps Updated

Posted by Sunain | August 9th 2015 at 02:43 PM EDT
Tags: Press Release, Android, Apple iOS, Pokémon TV, Camp Pokémon
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The Pokémon Company International has announced that the Camp Pokémon app has been updated with new features including: TCG Match, animation corner, pins to collect, scan TCG cards to earn special pins as well as bug fixes and enhancements. The Pokémon TV app has also been updated to include support for Chromecast.

Pokémon TV for Android: Version 1.2.4
Pokémon TV for iOS: Version 1.1.9
Camp Pokémon for iOS: Version 1.1

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Kids Can Enjoy a Pokémon-Filled Summer Holiday with Pokémon Camp Updates and Pokémon TV via Chromecast

The Pokémon Company International Releases a Host of New Updates for the Engaging Pokémon Universe in Pokémon Camp, Plus the Pokémon TV App Is Now Google Cast-Enabled

August 6, 2015— The Pokémon Company International is providing plenty to keep kids entertained throughout the summer holidays, with new content added to the Pokémon Camp application for iPad®, iPhone®, and iPod touch® devices (running iOS 7 or later). Additionally, there is now a brand-new way to follow Ash and Pikachu on their adventures through the Pokémon TV app, on TV via Chromecast. The Pokémon TV app is available now on optimised devices with Google Cast™ built in, which enables viewers to stream episodes through Chromecast from a phone, tablet, or laptop direct to their television screens.

Pokémon Camp has several new activities and attractions for new and veteran visitors alike! Campers can step into the Pokémon Theater to watch a selection of videos at their leisure. Kids can test their memory with the Pokémon TCG Match activity, which has three challenging levels: matching pairs of cards, matching cards by Energy type, and matching cards by Evolution chain. Kids can earn Energy symbol pins for their Pin Book and stickers to personalise the photos they take in the Photo Booth.

Campers can enjoy the updates or begin their new adventures by downloading the Pokémon Camp app from the App StoreTM at no cost: AppStore.com/camppokemon.

To get started and watch Pokémon TV via Chromecast, simply download the Chromecast app and then the Pokémon TV app for iOS or Android devices:'

App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/pokemon-tv/id594261405?mt=8
Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.pokemontv&hl=en

Article edited on 2015-08-09 02:44:04 by Sunain
Apr 23

Pokémon TV App Now Available for Kindle Fire

Posted by Sunain | April 23rd 2014 at 01:40 PM EDT
Tags: Anime, Press Release, Android, Pokémon TV, Kindle
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Pokémon Company International has announced that the Pokémon TV app is now available for the Kindle Fire. It is already available for Android and iOS devices.

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Pokémon TV App Now Available for Kindle Fire

The Pokémon Company International extends its video on demand offerings with the launch of the Pokémon TV app for Kindle Fire.

There’s a new way to catch up on Pokémon animation anytime, anywhere on the Kindle Fire with The Pokémon Company International’s launch of the official Pokémon TV application for the popular tablet.

The Kindle Fire launch adds another platform for the Pokémon TV app, which has had more than 2.5 million installations since its 2013 launch on iOS devices, including iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, and Android devices.

Now featuring more episodes than ever before, the Pokémon TV app helps fans follow many of their favourite episodes from the animated television series. It is updated weekly from a library of more than 700 episodes spanning 16 seasons. Pokémon fans can also use the app to watch special features, trailers, and Pokémon movie events.

Additionally, fans can watch popular Pokémon animated episodes and movies on Netflix and at Pokemon.com, providing more ways to catch up on the exciting adventures of Ash, Pikachu, and their friends.

When streaming episodes via the Pokémon TV app, standard data charges will apply. The Pokémon TV app is available now for download from the Amazon Appstore:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/The-Pok%C3%A9mon-Company-International-TV/dp/B00J43WTR6/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1398179678&sr=8-4&keywords=pokemon+tv+app

Article edited on 2014-04-23 01:41:32 by Sunain
Sep 26

Pokémon Origins

Posted by Sunain | September 26th 2013 at 11:41 AM EDT
Tags: Anime, YouTube, Pokémon TV
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The official Pokémon website has revealed that Pokémon Origins will be coming to Pokémon TV on November 15th, 2013. Pokémon Origins is the English dubbed version of Pocket Monsters THE ORIGIN (ポケットモンスター THE ORIGIN). The Japanese version of the special airs on October 2nd, 2013. The 4 part serious tells the story of the very first English Pokémon video games, Pokémon Red Version and Pokémon Blue Version. The hero Red sets off from Professor Oak’s laboratory and as he explores the Kanto region, he’ll encounter the nefarious Team Rocket, battle his rival Blue (Green in the Japanese original), and challenge the Pokémon League.

The first episode of Pokémon Origins be available on November 15th, 2013 but then over the following days, the remaining episodes will be added to Pokémon TV. Viewers can also watch it on the mobile app as well.

Pokémon Origins Trailer


Source: http://www.pokemon.com/us/pokemon-news/anim_pokemon_origins_announce-2013-09-25/

Article edited on 2013-10-01 10:44:51 by Sunain
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