How to download Pokemon Home for Android and iOS

The simple steps to download and install Pokemon Home on your Android or iOS device.

It won’t bring a real life Pokemon into your house, but Pokemon Home has now released on both Android and iOS. It’s a new service that’ll help you sync up all your Poke-ventures and transfer creatures between different versions of the game. Want to grab it for yourself? Here’s how to download Pokemon home for Android and iOS.

How to download pokemon home on Android iOS
 
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How to download Pokemon Home for Android

The process to download Pokemon Home is simple as can be, involving a short trip to the Google Play store on whatever device you’ve chosen to install it. Follow the steps below and you’ll have Pokemon Home up and running in no time.

  • Open up the Google Play Store.
  • Use the search function and look for Pokemon HOME.
  • Select the correct app and press the Install button.

Not sure if you’re looking at the correct App? Click here to be taken directly to the Google Play Store page so you know what you’re after. Hit install and you’ll have Pokemon Home downloaded in a matter of minutes.

How to download Pokemon Home for iOS

Much like Android users, downloading Pokemon Home on iOS is very simple, all you’ll need to do is make a quick trip to the App Store on your device of choice, be it iPhone or iPad. Follow the steps below to have it done in a jiffy.

  • Open up the App Store.
  • Use the search function and look for Pokemon HOME.
  • Select the Get button, then press the Install button.

If you’re not sure that the App you’ve found is the official one, click here to be taken directly to the Pokemon Home page on the App Store.

Whether you use Android, iOS or both, downloading Pokemon Home is very simple, so you shouldn’t have much trouble getting it installed at least. The service has been very busy following the initial launch, so many users are reporting having trouble signing in or linking their Nintendo Account. Once a few days have passed we expect the problems to be ironed out, so Pokemon Home should be running much more smoothly.

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Henry Stenhouse serves an eternal punishment as the Associate Editor of AllGamers. He spent his younger life studying the laws of physics, even going so far as to complete a PhD in the subject before video game journalism stole his soul. Confess your love of Super Smash Bros. via email at henry.stenhouse@allgamers.com, or catch him on Twitter.

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