Now There's An Official App For Watching Pokemon Cartoons

I had no idea I wanted an app that featured a weekly rotation of 50 episodes of the Pokemon cartoon sorted by game region until just now. The free Pokemon TV app is here, and it wants to show you its Pokemons.

Not only does the free app, available today on iTunes and Google Play, feature a weekly rotation of cartoon episodes, it will also host feature-length films and other special videos, beginning with Pokémon the Movie: Kyurem vs The Sword of Justice from February 15-18 and the debut of the animated short Meloetta's Moonlight Serenade starting February 15.

There are so many Pokemons in here you guys. So many.


    nice, i was just sitting her thinking "works all covered but i have 45 minutes left, what to do?"

    Free app, free episodes?

      Just checked it out, and there doesn't appear to be any way to actually pay for things!? It looks like there's 50 episodes all up from seasons 2, 4, 7, 12 and 14 that are all available to watch at leisure. And they're actually available to watch in our region.

      Unless you start hitting limits once you watch a couple, it seems like a surprisingly rewarding application! If you like that sort of thing. Of course I don't. Never watched a whole season in my life.

      Last edited 13/02/13 5:35 pm

        Well that's cool. Just thought the article needed clarification. Not that I'm actually interested in watching Pokemon.

      As batguy says, looks fully free, app is free, eps work and are free, been watching all arvo.
      you can slide the region across for more eps, hopefully they cycle through them every week with the next set of eps in the region lineup.

      Last edited 13/02/13 6:57 pm

    What's the app actually called? Free Pokemon TV? o.O

      "Pokemon TV'. Or click one of the links above...

    Why do Americans insist on adding the letter 's' to pluralise words that don't need it. Pokemons, Legos etc. Legos especially infuriates me.

      Why do idiots think that only Americans spell badly? is it that hard to understand that they speak a different type of English than we do.

      Last edited 13/02/13 9:29 pm

        Yeah, I think it's unjustified to pin an error on being American. If you want to be picky, we do the reverse with Mathematics being condensed to maths (retaining the 'S'), while Pocket Monsters is condensed to Pokémon (omitting the 'S').

        Nevertheless, the article is wrong in its spelling and it would be wise to correct something like that if they want to be taken seriously. Pokémon has been around so long, the plural version should be pretty common knowledge for the authors of a video game website.

    It works quite, but the episodes available to be watched are in no paticular order so if you expect to be able to pick up from episode 1 of the different arcs you will be dissapointed.
    To be honest though the fact this app has been made and is available for free in the first place is amazing, i never expected an official app like this would be made.

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