The Pokémon Company International extends its video on demand offerings with the launch of the Pokémon TV app for Kindle Fire.

There’s a new way to catch up on Pokémon animation anytime, anywhere on the Kindle Fire with The Pokémon Company International’s launch of the official Pokémon TV application for the popular tablet.

The Kindle Fire launch adds another platform for the Pokémon TV app, which has had more than 2.5 million installations since its 2013 launch on iOS devices, including iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, and Android devices.  An impressive feat for Nintendo’s affiliate and makes you wonder how well an official app from Nintendo, free or paid, could perform on the App Store or Google Play.

Now featuring more episodes than ever before, the Pokémon TV app helps fans follow many of their favorite episodes from the animated television series. It is updated weekly from a library of more than 700 episodes spanning 16 seasons. Pokémon fans can also use the app to watch special features, trailers, and Pokémon movie events.

Additionally, fans can watch popular Pokémon animated episodes and movies on Netflix and at the official Pokémon website, providing more ways to catch up on the exciting adventures of Ash, Pikachu, and their friends.

The Pokémon TV app is available for in the Apple App Store and Google Play and is now for download from the Amazon Appstore.

Written by Omar Taylor

Omar Taylor

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