Pok\u00e9mon Home was recently released for players around the world. The basic service is free, but there is a paid premium service for those with a large number of Pok\u00e9mon to keep track of.\r\n\r\nSensor Tower, a data and insights service for mobile apps, recently announced some surprising statistics for the brand new cloud service.\r\n\r\n[embed]https:\/\/twitter.com\/Pokemon\/status\/1222160616867221504[\/embed]\r\n\r\nThe official website described the service: "Pok\u00e9mon Home is a cloud service for Nintendo Switch and compatible mobile devices designed as a place where all Pok\u00e9mon can gather. By linking the same Nintendo Account to both the Nintendo Switch version and mobile version of Pok\u00e9mon Home, you\u2019ll be able to access the same Pok\u00e9mon Boxes on both versions! Pok\u00e9mon Home, you can move Pok\u00e9mon between compatible games, trade Pok\u00e9mon on the go, and more!"\r\n\r\nSensor Tower announced some analytics for the first week of Pok\u00e9mon Home's release. The US lead downloads with 444k in the first week, followed by Japan with 299k, Great Britain with 74k, Germany with 63k, and France with 53k downloads. The downloads do not include apps obtained from third-party Android stores. The total number of downloads globally is an estimated 1.3 million, according to the data.\r\n\r\nThis means that Pok\u00e9mon Home users in the US had around 34% of the total downloads in the first week.\r\n\r\nWhile the cloud service is free to download, Pok\u00e9mon Home has the potential to bring in mobile revenue for the Pok\u00e9mon Company. \r\n\r\nThe Nintendo eShop price for one month is $2.99, $4.99 for 90 days, and $15.99 for an entire year. While the pricing is more expensive than the service's previous version, Pok\u00e9mon Bank, which was only $4.99 a year, Pok\u00e9mon Home utilizes cloud saves on both mobile and Nintendo Switch devices.\r\n\r\nWhile some players may be able to look past the premium features of the paid plan, more serious players are using it to catalog all of their Pok\u00e9mon, no matter where they are in the world.\r\n\r\nThe figures from Sensor Tower are only from the first week of the cloud service's launch. There's still plenty of time to see how much Pok\u00e9mon will download and use the service. \r\n\r\nSensor Tower believes that the high download numbers and potential for revenue may inspire other game developers, especially those that make MMORPGs, to create companion mobile apps.\r\n\r\nPok\u00e9mon Home is available now on iOS, Android, and the Nintendo Switch.