HomeNewsNintendo Releasing Tethering Smartphone App for the Nintendo 3DS in Japan Jelani Thompson May 14, 2014 News Nintendo and Japanese Phone Company, DoCoMo have teamed up to release a Tethering Smartphone App for the Nintendo 3DS in Japan. Here’s a rough translation/summary of the Japanese Press Release: Nintendo and Docomo plan to strengthen the cooperation between Smartphones and the Nintendo 3DS Releasing a “Tethering” Smartphone app for the Nintendo 3DS Will first be available on Google Play starting Thursday, May 15 The two companies have plans to support 5 other Smartphone models and 2 other tablet models starting this Summer Application will be called “Easy Tethering for Nintendo 3DS” Will allow the Nintendo 3DS to connect to the internet via Smartphones DoCoMo’s goal is to make your life “richer” through the convenient and simple use of Smartphones In the future, Nintendo and DoCoMo will promote the creation of their services to strengthen cooperation and utilize communication Also check out the image for the software below: Do you think this could be part of Nintendo’s Quality of Life platform? We’d love to hear. You can let us know by leaving a comment below. If you’d like to check out the official release, however, feel free to take a look at it on Nintendo’s News Release section. Via: NintendObserver Share this post: No related posts. 3DS NewsNintendo NewsSmartphoneEuropean Tomodachi Site Goes Live; Updated with More Info and a New TrailerHeart Forth, Alicia Reaches Kickstarter Goal with only 34 Hours LeftAbout The AuthorJelani ThompsonNews Reporter Lives and breathes competitive Smash. Show me ya moves!