Pokémon Diamond and Pearl/Pokétch
The Pokétch, short for Pokémon Watch, is a watch-like device reminiscent of the Pokégear of Pokémon Gold and Silver and the PokéNav of Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire. It has many features of the other devices, with the addition of several other things, such as a clock and the Itemfinder. Additionally, it includes new features, including a calculator and step counter. This game includes a Memo Pad so you can quickly write anything of importance. This section can be obtained from President of Pokétch Company after receiving the 1st Badge.
 Digital Clock
This app is a digital clock that displays the time in 24 hour format. Your watch comes with it.
A calculator that uses Division, Multiplication, Addition, and Subtraction.
 Memo Pad
It lets you draw a little note.
 Step Counter
This app is a pedometer that counts your steps. Your Pokétch comes with this app.
 Your Party
This lets you see your party, their health, and if they have an items.
 Happiness Checker
This app lets you check the happiness of a Pokémon by touching it.
You can find it in the Pokémon center in Eterna City, by talking to the lady on the first floor.
This app lets you use a radar for searching for hidden items by tapping the bottom screen. If there is an item, it will appear as a dot on the screen.
Tip: If you get a multiple-"ping" without seeing a dot, tap to either side of where you originally tapped, as it will pick up something right on the edge of its field of detection.
 Berry Checker
This tool allows you to see all fully grown berries that are ready to be picked. This can be obtained from the little girl in the berry masters house on Route 208.
She will ask if you forget where berries are hidden. Answer "Yes" to get the berry checker.
 Breeding Centre Checker
Shows you the day care center.
 Pokémon History
This section allows you to view the last 12 Pokémon that you have captured, hatched, evolved, and got through trades. This is obtained from a man in a brown hat at the entrance to Solaceon Town.
Can count all the way up to 9,999
 Analogue Clock
A non-digital clock
 Marking Map
Shows the locations of the fleeing legendaries
 Wireless Searcher
Searches for friends using the Nintendo DS Wi-Fi
 Coin Toss
This function allows you to flip a coin. Magikarp is on the head’s side while the Poké Ball is on the tail’s side. This is obtained from a Resident in the Grand Lake Hotel.
 Type Chart
It lets you test type effectiveness
A calender showing the month
 Drawing Board
A board you can draw on.
 PokéRadar Checker
When you use the pokeradar this shows you the highest number of Pokémon you enncountered from it.
 Kitchen Timer
A basic timer that is useful when you need a countdown. This is obtained from a girl in Pal Park by showing her a Snorlax.
 Color Changer
With this tool you can change the color of the Pokétch. This is obtained from a girl in the Pal Park by showing her a Kecleon.
 Matchup Checker
This function allows you to check your Pokémon in your party to see if they are compatible for breeding. A Very quick way to check for breeding. If your two Pokémon are compatible, the Luvdisc will kiss move in to kiss. If they're very compatible, they'll get 3 hearts, if they're moderately compatible, they'll get 2 and if they're just compatible they'll get one. This is based on Nature as well as Egg Group. If they aren't, then the Luvdisc will turn away from each other.
As opposed to the Kitchen Timer which counts down, the Voltorb Stop Watch counts up. It is used to time certain things you may want to time.
Allows you to set an alarm for any certain time. Handy if you need to go to a certain area in the game at a certain time. When it hits zero the Loudred goes off with a loud roar.