The Internet Reacts To Miitomo, Nintendo’s First Mobile App

The Internet Reacts To Miitomo, Nintendo’s First Mobile App

Miitomo, Nintendo’s Mii-driven social network, is tearing up the app store charts right now with millions of new users on day one. The app’s explosive popularity is simple to explain: it’s hilarious to use. Folks on social media are sharing all sorts of images created with Miitomo, from jokes to memes and everything in-between. Here are some of the best (and worst) Miitomo posts on the internet.

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The Internet Reacts To Miitomo, Nintendo’s First Mobile AppImage credit: ChoklitCow

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The Internet Reacts To Miitomo, Nintendo’s First Mobile AppImage credit: Kyzon

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The Internet Reacts To Miitomo, Nintendo’s First Mobile AppImage credit: Hot Coldman

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The Internet Reacts To Miitomo, Nintendo’s First Mobile AppImage credit: Hot Coldman

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The Internet Reacts To Miitomo, Nintendo’s First Mobile AppImage credit: Dad

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The Internet Reacts To Miitomo, Nintendo’s First Mobile AppImage credit: Dawg

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The Internet Reacts To Miitomo, Nintendo’s First Mobile AppImage credit: Vampirolol

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The Internet Reacts To Miitomo, Nintendo’s First Mobile AppImage credit: RandomExpletive

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The Internet Reacts To Miitomo, Nintendo’s First Mobile AppImage credit: KikiSchmiki

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The Internet Reacts To Miitomo, Nintendo’s First Mobile AppImage credit: PFox99

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The Internet Reacts To Miitomo, Nintendo’s First Mobile AppImage credit: captainbritish

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Comments

    • I’m with you, I look at a lot of these and think, what is this?

      Must be getting old?

      • We should probably do something about these kids, they seem to be getting dangerously close to the lawn.

    • New app from Nintendo for mobile phones call Miitomo.

      Nintedo have a thing call Miis where you can create avatars, like what you see in the above.

      Miitomo lets you pose/change face appearance and put your own background image.

      • I knew Miitomo existed, but that was about it.

        So is that all it does? Pose Miis in pictures? I think I thought it was some kind of virtual pet/gardening/Animal Crossing type game.

        I think even if I had a phone that could run it I still would have no idea what’s going on 😛

        • It’s a social app as well, also mini games. It’s like a cut down but online tomodachi life

  • LOL there’s always that one person obligated to post Bring Me To Life lyrics on everything. EVEN MIITOMO

  • Nintendo had to cripple Swapnote (Nintendo Letter Box) because of people sending rude stuff to each other.

    What controversy this app will stir up, I wonder. How many people will complain? How many people will be offended? How many Americans will file lawsuits, saying they need 10 million dollars because they had their person value systems challenged?

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