Pokemon TV App Chooses Kindle Fire For Your Viewing Pleasure

Are you a Pokefanatic who owns a Kindle Fire? Are you looking for a Pokemon fix? Then you’re in luck; the Pokemon TV app is now available on Kindle Fire.

Boasting over 2.5 million installs since its launch in 2013 on both iOS and Android, the Pokemon TV app is like a Netflix for the Pokemon anime. Currently, the app offers episodes from the Unova, Sinnoh, Hoenn, Johto, and Kanto regions. In total, the weekly updates span 700 episodes across 16 different seasons.

For those of you who are looking to catch up on episodes that aren’t currently on the Pokemon TV app, both Netflix and Hulu are at your disposal.

The app itself is free of charge, aside from any data rates you’ll incur from streaming over your mobile network. Make sure that if you don’t have unlimited data and you want to go on a Pokemon marathon, you do it over WiFi.

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