A delivery service for people with disabilities has been set up to allow them to take delivery of their pokémons.
The company, Poke Express, is a subscription service that provides people with physical and mental impairments access to their favorite pokéstops and poke-themed apps.
The app’s creator, Andrew R. Smith, told Polygon that the idea for the service came to him while he was looking for a delivery service to allow people with autism to have access to the same delivery options available to others.
Poke Express delivers packages on an app called Poke Express.
The company is a service that allows people with a disability to have delivery of pokémons.
(Courtesy of Andrew R Smith)”I was looking at the delivery options and decided to try something different,” Smith said.
“My idea was to try to get some pokébuners to get the pokéballs.
And then after some research I thought, well, maybe we should do something like this.”
Smith started researching and working with his family and friends.
He said that he eventually came up with a plan that was inspired by a couple of things: a pokéball game and a lot of people with disability who have had trouble finding things to do with their pokestops.
Smith and his family have been using the app since it launched in June.
It allows users to get their orders delivered to their homes or businesses.
The service only uses PayPal, and Smith said that it was also a hard sell for him.
“When I first heard that PayPal would not take my payments, I was a little bit scared,” Smith told Polygons reporter.
“But I realized that I didn’t have to be scared.
I’m able to handle the PayPal payment because I have a disability.”
Pokeexpress’s delivery service also allows customers to pay with debit cards and credit cards, but Smith said he only uses his PayPal account to make payments.
He also says that the service has been a big success for him and his wife, who are both in their early 30s.
“It has been so good,” he said.