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Using the app, fans can turn images into Pokémon-themed portraits, which include classic Pokémon text that can be placed on top of photos.

Pokémon releases Photo Booth app to celebrate 20th anniversary

As part of the Pokémon Company’s 20th anniversary this year, the firm has released a new Photo Booth app.

Using the app, fans can turn images into Pokémon-themed portraits, which include classic Pokémon text that can be placed on top of photos.

Users can also crop their image using the free app, select various filters and choose between coloured borders.

The company released the new app on the App Store this week, and will be available for Android phones through the Google Play Store at a later date.

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