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Submitted by nintendofeed 457d ago | news

Unofficial Miiverse App Arrives on Android

Extremely recently, Nintendo launched a Smartphone browser compatible version of their Miiverse Social Network. Nintendo are yet to launch a native app for Android or iOS, however, one developer has taken the matter into their own hands. (Android, Miiverse, Wii U)

shaunefree  +   456d ago
As most of you know, Nintendo just launched their mobile site for the Miiverse but why is there no app ready with this site. Don't know. But here is an unofficial one until Nintendo gets ready. And dont worry, This app doesn't asks for any permissions or passwords. It's like a shortcut to the mobile site where you exchange your info with Nintendo not the app directly. So get your free Android app here.

https://miiverse.nintendo.n...

http://www.appsgeyser.com/g... (Direct link)

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