New Pokémon that appear for the first time in Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon as well as Pikachu and other familiar Pokémon are featured as stickers! Use them in your messages or by themselves! Enjoy!
■ Before you purchase
This sticker pack can be used in iOS 10 or later versions of iMessage. There may be cases in which it does not function well, depending on the OS of the device of the person you are messaging.
Once your purchase is complete, we cannot accommodate refunds regardless of your usage of the sticker pack.
If some time has passed since your purchase, there may be cases in which we are unable to investigate the details of your inquiry.
If you experience trouble with a sticker pack that you have purchased, please submit your inquiries via the contact form at the support URL.
In addition, we ask for your understanding in advance if we do not offer information or replies regarding the following topics:
○ Inquiries in languages other than the Japanese language
○ Ways to purchase the sticker pack (please contact Apple)
○ iMessage specifications and malfunctions (please contact Apple)
○ Info unrelated to the sticker pack that our company has released
This point of contact only accommodates the Japanese language, so we cannot offer replies to inquiries other than those in Japanese.
This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.
Ratings and Reviews
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I thought this would work like bitmoji and be a keyboard to install. I had no idea where the images would be accessed and when I read the reviews, I worried I wasted my money on a stupid app. So, I figured it out. 😀 You access the images by clicking the icon next to the typing space on iMessage. It looks like a letter A, or triangle. When you click that, it opens a screen with all your installed "sticker packs."
Very cute but not enough options.
The art style is adorable and the stickers we do have are fantastic. However, there aren’t very many options. Almost all of them have text which limits how you can use their expressions. It also last the classic “It’s super effective!”/“It’s not very effective...” Those are very minor gripes though. The real problem is that almost all of the characters display exclusively happy emotions. We only have one “Love you” emote, NO angry emotes, debatably one sad emote, only one shy/scared emote, NO sickly emotes, and debatably no tired/sleepy emote. This is a kind of a problem as these are all very common emotions that we simply can’t express. I know it’s good to keep Pokémon light and happy, but those aren’t the only ways people feel. What we have is very cute and I think the average Pokémon fan should give it a try, but it definitely is lacking some variety. Overall, a decent purchase, but not a great one.
Little pricy for amount but fun!! (-o-)
So if you're having trouble finding how to use them, go to your iMessage, then from messages there's an App Store icon near where you can choose the pictures or to draw, after you click on that there will be a button with four little oval shapes on bottom of left hand screen, once you press that you'll find the Pokémon :3
The developer, The Pokemon Company, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.
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- The Pokemon Company
- 6.1 MB
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 10.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
- Age Rating
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Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.