Pokemon Gets Its Own Dedicated iTunes Hub

The Pokémon Company launches "one-stop destination" for all things Pokémon.

The Pokémon Company announced today that it has launched a special dedicated Pokémon hub on iTunes, providing users with a "one-stop destination" for all-things Pokémon. You can visit the hub at iTunes.com/Pokemon.

There you'll find animated Pokémon episodes and specials, official Pokémon apps like Pokémon TV and Pokedex, as well as Pokémon video game music.

To mark the launch of the dedicated Pokémon iTunes page, The Pokémon Company has released new episodes from the latest season of Pokémon the Series: XY, as well as the four-part Pokemon Origins animated show. You can download them on iTunes now.

The Pokémon Company says new episodes in the XY series will be added to iTunes.com/Pokemon on a weekly basis.

Earlier this week, The Pokémon Company announced details for this summer's Pokemon concert series, which begins with a show in Washington, D.C. in August. The next major Pokémon games are Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, remakes of the originals. They launch exclusively for 3DS on November 21.

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4 comments
Trev9421
Trev9421

If the normal pokemon show was like origins, I would watch it.

Gamer3344
Gamer3344

How about a Pokemon game for iOS instead? "Nope, we don't wanna kill 3DS!"

Tiwill44
Tiwill44

@Gamer3344 How about Uncharted on PC? "Nope, we don't wanna kill the PS4!"

EasyComeEasyGo
EasyComeEasyGo

How about a return Pokemon Stadium to Wii U. That's what we want.