Miitomo has launched!
UPDATE: Here’s a new ad to celebrate the launch, straight from the Nintendo Mobile YouTube channel: The time has finally arrived: Miitomo can now be downloaded in North America, the UK, and many other territories! Just hop onto the App Store or Google Play and you’ll be able to download…
Miitomo heading West on March 31st (Updated 3/30)
UPDATE (03/30): Nintendo has updated the Miitomo home page with a deadline for preregistration; 1:00am Pacific Time. Given that the preregistration page claims it “ends at the launch of Miitomo”, we could see the app hit iTunes and Google Play at that time in North America. Europe, however, has been…
Miitomo’s first update is coming soon (Updated 3/30)
UPDATE (3/30): Miitomo’s version 1.1 update is now live in the Japanese IOS and Android stores. In addition to the new features listed below, the update also allows the previously locked region to be changed. Now users of the Japanese version of Miitomo can set the region to U.S. and…
The official Miitomo website removes mention of March release (Updated 3/28)
UPDATE (3/28): It looks like the official Miitomo site has added back its mention of the March 2016 release. No reason for why the mention was temporarily removed has been given. That said, it looks like the West should still be seeing Nintendo’s new app sometime in the next three…
Nintendo’s stock raises as Miitomo app reaches 1 million users
The release of Miitomo has had quite the positive impact on the Nintendo scene, and the good news just keeps on coming for the company because of it. With the report of the app reaching a whopping 1 million users in just three days after its release, shares for Nintendo…
Preregistration for Miitomo ends today
Miitomo has been available in Japan for a several days now, and Western fans who haven’t downloaded it via a Japanese account are still waiting with bated breath. Luckily the wait may soon be at an end, as today is the last day to preregister for Miitomo, according to Polygon….
Miitomo reaches 1 million users in Japan in three days
Three days ago in Japan, Nintendo launched its first mobile app, the first of supposedly many in a new era for the company. The app, Miitomo, is meant to act as a social in-between, and is designed to be easily accessible for all smartphone users, even non-Nintendo fans. Miitomo quickly…