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Pokémon Home is officially out! Here’s how to sign up

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Pokémon HOME is finally here!

Pokémon HOME is now officially out. After getting used to the ridiculous new Professor Oak, players are beginning to dive in and learn the basics of how the storage and cloud service works. Signing up for Pokémon HOME is free, but there is a Premium subscription available for players who want it. The premium subscription includes the ability to transfer Pokémon from your Pokémon Bank account into your HOME account and expands the number of Pokémon that can be deposited from 30 to a whopping 6,000, among other features. The subscription comes in various price points, but the cheapest plan starts at $16 per year.

Fans have been waiting a long time for a service like this, and now that it’s out, the only step left is to sign up. The methods vary slightly depending on what platform you’ll be using, but we’ve got you covered for both.

A new Professor Oak kicks off the surprise launch of Pokémon Home on the Nintendo Switch?

How to sign up for Pokémon HOME

  • How to sign up for Pokémon HOME’s basic subscription using Android devices
  • How to sign up for Pokémon HOME’s basic subscription using Nintendo Switch
  • How to sign up for the premium subscription on Nintendo Switch

How to sign up for Pokémon HOME’s basic subscription using mobile devices

Download the Pokémon HOME app for Android.
Once you start the app, go through the prompts to set your language, location, and birth date.

After following the prompts, you’ll be asked to link your Nintendo Account.

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After linking your account, select your name and starting icon. Don’t worry, you can change both at any time.
After an introduction from the new Grand Oak, you’re all set to to explore the app!

How to sign up for Pokémon HOME’s basic subscription using Nintendo Switch

Head over to the Nintendo eShop on either your Nintendo Switch or on Nintendo’s website and begin downloading.

After opening the app, you’ll be prompted to choose your language and then scroll through a long terms of service.

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Once agreeing to the terms, you’ll be asked if you have downloaded the app on your mobile device yet. If you have, select “Yes,” but if not, just go ahead and click no.

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After that, you’ll get the introduction from Grand Oak, and you’ll be all signed up!

How to sign up for Pokémon HOME premium on the Nintendo Switch

Go to the Nintendo eShop from your phone or your Switch and download Pokémon HOME.

Once Pokémon HOME is downloaded on your Switch, click on Pokémon Home from the main Switch menu.

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Press A to get past the start menu.

This screen will appear. Click on Nintendo eShop.

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Choose the plan you want.

You’ll be taken to the Nintendo eShop to complete your purchase. Click Proceed to Purchase if you’re satisfied with your order.

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Select the payment method you wish to use.

A receipt for your order will appear. Click Next.

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Select Return to Software.

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Are there differences between Switch and Mobile versions?

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While all versions of Pokémon HOME allow players to move Pokémon with the Pokémon Bank, there are some differences. The Nintendo Switch version of Pokémon HOME does not allow players to trade, receive Mystery Gifts, or check the Battle Data and News tabs that are found in the mobile app.

On the other side, the mobile version of Pokémon HOME does not let trainers move their Pokémon using Pokémon Sword or Shield or Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu or Eevee. The mobile app also doesn’t allow players to exchange Pokémon HOME points for Battle Points, so it’s important to know what you plan on doing before opening the different apps. You can also refer to the tab above from Nintendo for the key differences.

Have you tried out Pokémon HOME yet?

Pokémon HOME hasn’t been out for too long, but due to the demand of the app over the years, it’s bound to be a popular pick amongst fans. Have you had a chance to check it out yet, and if so, are you enjoying it? Are there any features you wish made it but haven’t appeared in the app? Make sure to let us know what you think of the app so far in the comments below!

Begin transferring

Pokémon HOME

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Free at Nintendo eShop

Store and save your Pokémon

Fans have been waiting for a long time, and it’s finally here. Pokémon HOME allows players to easily manage their Pokémon collection by storing, saving, and transferring the pocket monsters across a variety of titles. By working with Pokémon Bank, players can also bring almost all of their favorite Pokémon with them into the future.

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