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June 7, 2014:
Sceptile and Swampert Mega Evolutions Revealed
The Pokedex App for iOS is now discounted to $0.99 until March 12th. The base app only contains Unova Pokemon, but the additional Pokemon generations are available for $3.99 per region during this time period. Pokedex for iOS can be purchased at the App Store.
The passwords to unlock Genesect in Pokedex 3D Pro and Pokedex for iOS have been released by Nintendo. The Techno Blast move will also be added to the Move List when the password is entered.
Pokedex 3D Pro Password: PHSKUTDF
Pokedex iOS Password: SNMPSCTP
Pokedex for iOS is now available in the App Store in all regions. The initial price for the app is $1.99 and that includes all Unova Pokemon. Other generations can be purchased individually for an additional $5.99 each. Unlocking all Pokemon will cost $26. The password to unlock Meloetta is TCPBSDCR.
Pokedex iOS initially released in Japan on November 16th. It marked the first time Nintendo had officially released an application on an Apple device.
Unlocking Meloetta in Pokedex iOS is simple, just type the password “TCPBSDCR” into the search bar.
Pokedex iOS launched today for Japanese iOS devices. It functions in the same vein as Pokedex 3D Pro for the 3DS. Despite lacking spectroscopic 3D, Pokedex iOS allows searching using a full qwerty keyboard.
The Japanese App Store will be getting an official Pokedex for iOS tomorrow. That means you can check Pokemon stats on any compatible iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad. Pokedex iOS is very similar to the 3DS counterpart. The main difference is the ability to use a full qwerty keyboard to search.