Poké Amino for Pokémon Fans

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This App Contains...
Chat
Commenting
Live Streaming
Videos can be shared
Location Tracking
Geotracking
Photo Sharing
Photo sending/receiving
Stranger Danger
Interacting with strangers
Mature Content
Adult Content/Themes

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Poké Amino is a social networking app for Pokémon fans. This app can be found in the App Store and the Google Play Store and does not feature any in-app purchases or advertisements. Poké Amino is rated for teen users. The Poké Amino for Pokémon Fans app can be safe for teens with some parental supervision.

About Poké Amino for Pokémon Fans

What is Poké Amino for Pokémon Fans?

Poké Amino is a social networking app for Pokémon fans.

This app can be found in the App Store and the Google Play Store and does not feature any in-app purchases or advertisements. Poké Amino is rated for teen users.

This app is meant to emerge users into the world of a true Poké trainer. They can meet friends, participate in polls, chat about strategies and Pokémon creatures, plus learn the latest Pokémon news. It’s becoming one of the most popular social Pokémon networks for smartphones.

Players can take quizzes to test their knowledge of the Pokémon universe, as well as share tips and news in chat rooms. They can battle their Pokémon against others to become the best trainer.

Pokémon Amino for Pokémon Fans is related to the Amino: Communities and Chats app, which helps users discover like-minded people who share their interests. Pokémon Amino is a community exclusively for Pokémon fans all around the globe.

The app has good reviews, and it seems the most annoying thing is sometimes the syncing feature doesn’t work properly. This app has over one million installs.

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Is Poké Amino for Pokémon Fans safe for my kids?

Poké Amino for Pokémon Fans should be used with parental discretion. It could be safe for kids, but it depends on their age and maturity. The best age range for this app is 12 years and old.

The app has an ESRB rating of T for teen since it allows users to talk to each other and it shares your location. Even so, with parental discretion, this app might be suitable for some kids.

Parents should be aware that this app enables users to meet people from around the world. They can share their own server with other users and view real photos. Players can view each other’s profiles, which show a photo, how many followers they have, and how many people they’re following. Each player’s posts are also visible to other users, similar to Facebook. While it can be a great community for Pokémon fans to geek out together and share interests, there is also the risk of meeting unfriendly users or internet predators.

The app grants users the ability to share fan art and cosplay (dressing up as your favorite Pokémon character). This poses the risk of mature content or sexual innuendo, a common trait in the anime community. Players don’t have to follow certain users, or they can choose to block them. Upon sign-up, the app asks for age verification by prompting users to enter their birthdate.

This app is similar to Pokémon Go, a mobile game where players find pokémon around their neighborhood. Poké Amino focuses more on the social network aspect while Pokémon Go is more game-oriented. Parents should consider the risks of cyberbullying and exposure to mature content before letting their kids user Poké Amino.

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