Pokémon is one of the biggest entertainment entities there is, and it’s a movement that has spread like wildfire since its inception in the mid-90s. It started off as a video game series, and it proved deep enough to spawn years worth of anime episodes, trading cards, films, and even more video games. The world of Pokémon has evolved considerably since Ash Ketchum started on his journey to become Pokémon Master with the original 150 creatures, and it’s still going today.
Welp, now you can get your fix on the go as Nintendo and the Pokémon Company have released a new app for Android. It’s called Pokémon TV, and it will give you access to tons of shows which will be rotated on a regular basis. It might even get me back into the series (though I should probably attempt to get caught up on Naruto Shippuden before I jump back into anything else).
Oh, and did I mention the best part of all this? It’s free! We’re not sure what compelled the folks behind this to just spill all of this content onto our slates for $0, but we will not be the first ones to argue. Get it from the Google Play Store here, and try not to let your nostalgic feelings interfere with your work for the day — I know I’m finding it hard not to.
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