Pokédex for iOS
Pokédex for iOS (Japanese: ポケモン図鑑 for iOS Pokémon Encyclopedia for iOS) was an app that was available for iOS devices. It is the iOS equivalent of Pokédex 3D Pro. It was released in Japan on December 6, 2012 and in North America, Europe, and Australia on December 10, 2012. It was delisted on November 30, 2015.
- Initially, it features all Generation V Pokémon (except Meloetta and Genesect); the previous four generations of Pokémon can each be purchased separately and added to the app.
- It allows the viewing of 3D models of Pokémon, and provides their AR Markers for viewing in Pokédex 3D Pro's AR viewer.
- Displays Pokémon's Pokédex number, type (and the effectiveness of other types on it), moves, stats (as bars), height, weight, possible genders, Abilities, Egg Groups, category, Pokédex entries in all Generation V games, game locations, and its evolutionary tree.
- Players can compare Pokémon using a special "compare" mode that shows the basic information of multiple Pokémon on the same page.
- Includes a Move Dex with all moves in Generation V. Has their in-game description, effect, type, effectiveness on other types, power, accuracy, PP, damage category, range, and whether it makes contact or not. It also includes a list of Pokémon that can learn the move and how they learn it.
- The search feature can search for Pokémon by name, Ability, Pokédex number, types, Egg Groups, and moves. Moves can also be searched using this feature.
Not all Pokémon are available in Pokédex for iOS from the start and must be unlocked through special means.
- To unlock both of Meloetta's Formes, the player must search using the keyword TCPBSDCR. This code will also unlock Relic Song in the Move Dex, Meloetta's signature move.
- To unlock Genesect, the player must search using the keyword SNMPSCTP. This code will also unlock Techno Blast in the Move Dex, Genesect's signature move.
The iOS app initially only has information on Pokémon introduced in Generation V. The previous four generations' Pokémon must be purchased for $5.99/£3.99/¥500 each.
|Generation I||#001 Bulbasaur - #151 Mew|
|Generation II||#152 Chikorita - #251 Celebi|
|Generation III||#252 Treecko - #386 Deoxys|
|Generation IV||#387 Turtwig - #493 Arceus|
iPod Touch and iPhone
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