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Pokemon TCG Card Dex Mobile App Announced

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The Pokemon Company has produced a new app for smartphone and tablet users titled Pokemon TCG Card Dex. The app is currently available in Sweden and will be rolled out worldwide soon on both Android and iOS. Here are the details direct from Pokemon fans site Serebii:

“The Pokémon TCG Card Dex, an app that lets fans keep track of their collection using the camera on devices to create scans of their cards. Even damaged and obscured cards can be scanned. It also provides a database for all Sun & Moon and beyond cards.”

The Pokémon Company International has released Pokémon TCG Card Dex, a brand-new app available at no cost that offers an easy way to browse and discover cards from the Pokémon TCG: Sun & Moon Series, including all expansions and promo cards available to date. The app has launched in Sweden and will be coming soon to additional markets worldwide.

With Pokémon TCG Card Dex, fans can keep track of their Pokémon TCG: Sun & Moon Series collection, using the camera on compatible iOS and Android devices to create digital scans of their cards, which are then stored on the device for convenient offline viewing. Even damaged or partially obscured cards can be scanned and identified in the app, and cards in other languages will automatically be translated into the preferred language.

In addition, Pokémon TCG Card Dex provides a comprehensive database of all Sun & Moon Series expansions, with the ability to filter by expansion, card type and rarity, Pokémon type, Energy type, HP, and other options, so fans can easily search for and discover cards to add to their collection.

In Sweden, Pokémon TCG Card Dex is available to download at no cost from the App Store and Google Play. The app supports English, Spanish, French, Italian, German, and Brazilian Portuguese languages.


2 thoughts on “Pokemon TCG Card Dex Mobile App Announced”

  1. Awesome! I remember having a blast with my Game Boy Color playing Pokemon TCG Games. So whether a brand new RPG or a mobile port, I also wish that the Nintendo Switch would have a new Pokemon Trading Card game.

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