Pokédex 3D Pro is an upgraded version of the current standard edition and will include every species and form of Pokémon that we’ve seen so far. It will be available in the eShop on 8th November, with the free app being taken down on 11th October “to ensure players have access to the Pokédex that will aid them the most while playing”.
Pokémon Dream Radar will launch on 12th October and utilises augmented reality technology to catch stray Pokémon that are scattered about your everyday life with a beam that shoots out of your 3DS. Any Pokémon caught with Dream Radar can be transferred into your game of Pokémon Black 2 or Pokémon White 2. The app also features some of the rarer Pokémon as an added incentive.
At this point, Nintendo haven’t stated whether the apps will be chargeable, but in Japan they are being sold as paid downloads, with Pokédex 3D Pro coming in at around ¥1500 (£12 / $19).