More about Pokémon HOME
The Pokémon HOME app works as a parking garage or universal Pokeball for all your Pokemon collections. You can gather up your Pokémon from previous Pokémon games and store them all within the HOME.
This app offers a cloud-based service and you can bring any Pokémon that has appeared in a Pokémon core series game to this platform.
You’ll also be able to get certain Pokémon from Pokémon HOME for Nintendo Switch to your Pokémon Legends: Arceus, Pokémon Brilliant Diamond, Pokémon Shining Pearl, Pokémon Sword, and Pokémon Shield games.
Pokémon HOME in apk
Pokémon Home is free and the basic plan will allow you to store up to 30 Pokémon. Alongside trading features, and maybe enough for light Pokémon players. Premium members can house thousands of Pokémon and get more trade options than free members.
On this app, your Pokémon are kept safe and backed up by Nintendo’s own servers, with their abilities and learnable moves listed alongside each creature.
The free version’s limitations make it a horrible option for most players. If you actually want to use this service, the premium plan is really your only option. The premium plan in the US will cost you $2.99 per month, $4.99 for three months, or $15.99 for one year
It works similar to a card deck that you used to have back in the day. You’ll be able to complete your National Pokédex by bringing lots of Pokémon to Pokémon HOME. You’ll also be able to check out all the moves and Abilities your Pokémon have.
If you have Android 6 and above then this app is compatible with your device. All players will also receive a Lvl 5 Pikachu when they log in for the first time.
You can download the app now by clicking the download button above. Let us know if you liked the game by commenting below with your opinion.
Technical file information
- Package name:
- 2.0.1 (40)
- File size:
- 74.1 MB
- May 27, 2022
- Minimum Android version:
- Android 6.0 (Marshmallow, API 23)
- Screen DPI:
Older Versions of Pokémon HOME:
What's new in this version of Pokémon HOME?
- AFixed an issue in which users’ Boxes in the Nintendo Switch version were not displayed on the label selection screen when selecting Pokémon for a trade.