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Early Access app out now!

 
 

EXPLORE.

DISCOVER.

LEARN.

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Pocket Pals is a free-to-play mobile app that connects you with wildlife. The app utilises GPS, allowing you to walk and locate digital animals based on their real-world habitats.

To learn about the wonderful animals, click on a Pal and photograph them in the mini-game. Focus on the animal as they move through the environment. Use a berry if they’re too fast!

Explore the virtual environments, including a woodland, wetland and the coast. Click on the Pocket Pals to learn about them, listen to them and bring them to real world through augmented reality.

 

 

WHO ARE WE?

 
 Danielle Connor

Matthew Brown

 Matt Brown

Danielle Connor

 
 

My name is Matt Brown; co-founder of Pocket Pals and Animation & VFX graduate. I deal with all things creative, from directing and producing animation, to designing this wonderful website.

I am the co-founder of Pocket Pals and recent Zoology graduate from the University of Exeter. My roles include managing partnerships and opportunities, creating exciting social media content and all the business jazz.

 
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OUR MISSION

Pocket Pals aims to engage young people with wildlife using a free-to-play app featuring charismatic virtual animals. Pocket Pals is made by young people for young people, in an attempt to make nature fun and relevant. We have developed an exciting method of experiencing nature by bridging nature and technology. Since the app is based on your real world location, you physically need to visit a woodland or wetland to collect Pocket Pals and learn about the real animals that inhabit those locations. Having an interest in the natural world should not be stereotyped as an 'old man's hobby', but instead be enjoyed by all, and especially our future generation.

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Contact Us

We’re always excited to hear from you whether it’s a potential partnership or a fun story!

For our press pack, please view here.

 
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