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App Monsters, or "Appmon" for short, are the focus of the Digimon Universe: App Monsters project, itself a spin-off of the Digimon franchise. Though they share many similarities with Digimon, chief among them being digital life forms capable of executing colorful attacks, Appmon are distinct from Digimon in multiple ways. The primary difference, of course, is that Appmon are based on smartphone applications, and as such, live on the internet and interact directly with users' smartphones.

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Rather than levels like Digimon, Appmon instead have Grades, of which there are four instead of six-seven: Standard, Super, Ultimate, and God. To reach higher Grades, Appmon combine by way of a process called "App Fusion". Those Appmon that can't undergo App Fusion with one another can instead link their powers to grow stronger through a process called App Link. Like Digimon, Appmon have a system of classification that relate to the type and function of the app they're based on, consisting of App and Type. The former is more akin to a Digimon's type, while the latter is similar to an attribute, with slight elements pertaining to fields. They usually include "Social", "Tool", "System", "Game", "Entame"note , "Navi", and "Life", though the God-Grade Appmon are instead given the "God" type.

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Individual Appmon are listed below alphabetically and are categorized by Grade, while Appmon in the specific group folders have their own organization rules. Please note that, as more information on this spin-off is just now coming to light, this page uses both preliminary information and is also under-construction.

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Appmon in Specific Groups

    Seven Code Appmon 
The Seven Code Appmon are seven Appmon that have special data. They each represent one of the seven main Appmon types, and possess an orb containing the symbol representing that type, paired with a code letter from a seven-letter code word. Once all seven of their Appmon Chips are placed on the Seven Code PAD, a special tablet-shaped item specifically made to store them, they form Dantemon (see the Unknown Grade folder).

They're each listed by their respective code number, from 1-7.

Tropes that apply to most or all of the Seven Code Appmon:

  • Rule of Seven: There are seven of them, and they're all needed to form Dantemon.

Mailmon

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Grade: Standard
App: Mail
Type: Social
Attacks: Mail Darts, Trouble Post

Mailmon is a reliable mailman who runs about the net. By riding atop the mail it throws out, one can travel to the receiver's destination in the blink of an eye.


Ropuremon

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Grade: Standard
App: Roleplay
Type: Game
Attacks: Holy Sword, Brave Shield

A hero who wields a sacred sword as a weapon. There's a strange charisma about him, since no one seems to care about him randomly ransacking stranger houses.


  • Anime Hair: Big and spikey, though not an unusual color. It might be a reference to Cloud.
  • Cool Sword: His "Holy Sword" technique utilizes this.
  • Kleptomaniac Hero: As is common in RPG's, nobody has a problem with it.
  • Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: His "Brave Shield" technique.
  • Mythology Gag: His "Brave Shield" is a reference to the shield of the same name wielded by WarGreymon. It even has a symbol on it reminiscent of the Crest of Courage, albeit with a sun with a cartoony smiley face on it than a simple sun design on its own.
  • Shout-Out: Ropuremon in general is a Shout-Out to roleplaying game protagonists in general, but his profile seems particularly reminiscent of Link.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": It's supposed to be "Roleplaymon", but plenty of official sources list it as "Ropuremon".

Gomimon

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Grade: Standard
App: Trash
Type: Tool
Attacks: Trash Bomb, Dust Hunt

An Appmon who loves disposing of things, and will delete unnecessary data for you. To prevent it from accidentally throwing out saved or necessary data, it must be treated with caution.


Tellermon

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Grade: Standard
App: Fortune-telling
Type: Entertainment
Attacks: Fortune Teller, Sphere Impact

This mysterious prophet is a fortune teller among Appmon. Using its crystal ball, which is made of data, it is capable of gazing into the target's future.


  • Crystal Ball: Its primary item, used in its "Sphere Impact" technique.
  • Flying Face: Shares this trait with Setmon, though they both do have arms.
  • Fortune Teller: Naturally.
  • In the Hood: In order to make it resemble a classical fortune teller.
  • Power Crystal: On the middle of its head.
  • Palette Swap: Shares an overall design with Setmon.
  • Phony Psychic: In the anime, Tellermon's fortune telling is less a matter of mystical prophetic abilities, but rather judgements made from the collection and analysis of data that make sense for the recipient.

Copipemon

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Grade: Standard
App: Copy and Paste
Type: System
Attacks: Copy and Baste, Cheap Imitation

An Appmon capable of duplicating a target's data. It has the ability to create a perfect copy of the real thing with minimal effort, be it essays, drawings, or even other Appmon.

Copipemon is one of the Seven Code Appmon.


  • Doppelgänger Attack: Can initiate this by copying other Appmon.
  • Foil: To Savemon, who creates duplicates of others in varying numbers, and its copies are disposable. Savemon instead preserves the target's state of being, and can restore them should the need arise.
  • Mundane Utility: Its "Copy and Paste" ability can copy simple words... or other Appmon.
  • Our Clones Are Identical: Anything it copies will be a perfect imitation. Its "Cheap Imitation" attack, however, indicates this is not necessarily always the case.
  • Palette Swap: Shares a model with Savemon.
  • Scary Teeth: Has a mouth full of sharp teeth.
  • Self-Duplication: Can do this to itself as well as others, according to the anime.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": "Copipe"mon, pronounced "kaw-pee-pay-mon", as in "copypaste".

Medicmon

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Grade: Super
App: Medical
Type: Life
Attacks: One Operation, Wonder Medicine

An Appmon that carries out health management perfectly using the medical equipment on its body. Apart from dispensing medicine that can bring out one's abilities, it also heals its allies with effective medicine that guards against all illnesses.


Weatherdramon

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Grade: Super
App: Weather
Type: Navi
Attacks: Divine Breath, Panic Thunder

An Appmon with the ability to control the climate freely. The influence it is capable of exacting on the environment is immeasurable, and it can bring about great disasters should it feel like doing so.


    Ultimate 4 
The Ultimate 4 are a set of four Ultimate-Grade Appmon that served as major antagonists in Digimon Universe: App Monsters, battling each of the main protagonists.

Tropes that apply to most or all of the Ultimate 4:

  • Elite Four: It's exactly as the name says.
  • Expy: Of the Dark Masters. There are four of them, and at the time they were revealed in-universe, they were supposedly among the strongest Grade of Appmon encountered.

Charismon

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App: Mind Control
Type: Social
Attacks: Seele Gewalt, Aleph = Ein

An Appmon that specializes in hypnotizing others. It has the ability to brainwash the target with its skillful speaking, and manipulate them at will.* Casting a Shadow: Its Seele Gewalt attack fires an orb of darkness and eyes.


  • Evil Counterpart: To Globemon, which has a very similar design.
  • Expy: Of Duskmon. Both are heavily-armored humanoid 'mons with red eyes everywhere and attacks with German names.
  • Eyes Do Not Belong There: Its armor has eyes everywhere.
  • Mind Control: Hypnosis and brainwashing are both namedropped in its official description. May edge into More Than Mind Control due to the latter stemming from its speaking skills.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: All of its eyes are blood-red, both the ones on its armor and its regular ones.

Biomon

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A famed, phenomenal doctor, it is said that there is no patient that Biomon cannot cure. Even surgery is but child's play to it, thanks to its all-encompassing knowledge of living organisms.


Fakemon

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An evil clown that creates lies to deceive the whole world. With its top-notch spoofing skill, it takes the forms of others more often than its own.


Beautymon

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An Appmon that has attained the ultimate beauty of the world. It sports not only a beautiful appearance, but also a sublime voice and conduct. It captures the hearts of all who lay eyes on it with its every move, and never lets them go.


Standalone Appmon

    Standard Grade Appmon 

Addmon

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App: Address Book
Type: Social
Attacks: Add. Research, Add. Delete

An Appmon with an address book for a face and whom records the contact and residence details of everyone it meets. It carries a key on its chest to record to both encrypt and unlock confidential information.


  • Cool Key: The one it wears around its neck in order to protect and unlock information.
  • The Faceless: Addmon's head is a book, lacking both eyes and a mouth. However, this doesn't keep it from also achieving the monocle-related trope below.
  • High-Class Glass: The round button on its "face" with the "@"-symbol is placed where one might expect one to be wearing a monocle.
  • Palette Swap: Shares a design with Diarimon.
  • Sharp Dressed Mon: Dressed not unlike a doorman.

Aidmon

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App: Lifesaving
Type: Life
Attacks: Healing Bandage, Rescue Kiss

An Appmon who is considered a "white uniformed angel". It can treat others with the bandages covering its body, as well as be used to restrain bad patients who refuse treatment.


  • Bandage Mummy: Its limbs and part of its head are entirely wrapped in bandages. They can heal or restrain patients.
  • Body Horror: Despite being the medic, it has sickly blue skin and a stitched up face.
  • Hospital Hottie: Its design is based around the attractive nurse look, and its nickname of "white uniformed angel" indicates other Appmon find it attractive.
  • Intimate Healing: It has an attack called Rescue Kiss.
  • The Medic: Obviously.

Auctiomon

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App: Auction
Type: Life
Attacks: Special Bid, Nyusatsunote  Swing

An well-known auction master in the arts scene. No matter when, where, or what the product is, it is able to open an auction right then and there.


Batterimon

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App: Battery
Type: System
Attacks: Electric Charge, Clap Spark

An Appmon that can store large amounts of energy within its body, as well as charge up electrical appliances or restore the powers of other Appmon in exchange for its own stamina.


Bookmon

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App: E-Book
Type: Entertainment
Attacks: Page Summon, Sentence Whip

An Appmon with incredible knowledge composed of eBooks from all over the world. The content from these books exist as actual worlds within its pages.


Calcumon

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App: Calculator
Type: Tool
Attacks: Count Laser, Divide Arm

An Appmon that is skilled in calculation. It can use the calculate the answers to a equation in an instant, no matter how tough it is.


  • Energy Weapon: Its "Count Laser" attack.
  • Formulaic Magic: Its "Divide Arm" technique reduces other Appmon to numerical equations and alters their calculations, making them weaker.
  • Good with Numbers: Given it can answer equations instantly, Calcumon would have to be this.
  • Mechanical Lifeforms: Calcumon is a rather robotic-looking Appmon.
  • Top-Heavy Guy: Its arms and head are much more massive than its legs, which are tiny and almost invisible.

Calendamon

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App: Calendar
Type: Tool
Attacks: Steal Plan, Mystic Holiday

An Appmon that manages all sorts of plans. The information it has ranges from dates of important meetings to supermarket sales periods, and everything in between.


  • Animate Inanimate Object: A living desk calendar.
  • Intangible Theft: Calendamon manages this in the anime, effectively deleting Christmas and Christmas Eve... but because it's a schedule planner, this actually has an effect, because of things like package shipments that rely on those dates being listed.
  • Mythology Gag: The date displayed in its primary artwork is August 1st, the in-universe date when the story of Digimon Adventure began.
  • Schedule Fanatic: Given it's a calendar, it natural takes care of schedule planning for things like meetings and sales.

Callmon

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App: Phone
Type: Social
Attacks: Connect Line, Noisy Calling

He's a telephone expert able to connect himself to various phones at the same time. It is not possible to reject his calls.


  • Animate Inanimate Object: Its body is a combination of flip phones and a dial pad.
  • Harassing Phone Call: It's impossible to reject its calls.
  • Make Me Wanna Shout: Its "Noisy Calling" attack is noise based.
  • Technology Marches On: Applies in-universe. Though flip phones and push button dials still exist, they've faded in prominence compared to smart phones. On top of that, Callmon is in a series based on smart phone applications. This is also explored to an extent in its anime appearance, where a Callmon laments being rendered obsolete by an Messemon, an instant message app.

Cameramon

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App: Camera
Type: Tool
Attacks: Killing Shutter, Spy Focus

A go-getter photographer who captures the target's blind spot using the lenses spread throughout his body. With the ability to access surveillance cameras, he secretly monitors the town.


  • Cold Sniper: Identifies its opponents' blind spots and attacks from there.
  • Finger Gun: The fingers of its right arm fires lasers.
  • Expy: Has some elements reminiscent of demon-like, lower level Digimon from other parts of the franchise, like Impmon.
  • Exotic Eye Designs: Its left eye is designed like the focusing lens of a camera.
  • Extra Eyes: The right side of its face has multiple camera lenses, which can each move and focus independently.
  • Sinister Surveillance: It can plug itself into any camera.

Cardmon

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App: Card
Type: Game
Attacks: Draw Phase, Blank Card

This Appmon can activate different abilities by altering the card-like illustration drawn on its body. These alterations can even alter its personality.


Compassmon

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App: Compass
Type: Tool
Attacks: Spinning Deflection, Gurugurunote  Panic

An Appmon with a compass that has unparalleled accuracy. It has a burning rivalry with Navimon, despite it seeing less use in recent times.


Cookmon

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App: Cooking
Type: Entertainment
Attacks: Astro Cooking, Soul-full Course

An Iron Chef Appmon capable of capturing the heart of any gourmet. Being strong in mind as well as body, it will sometimes cook with not just ingredients, but enemy Appmon.


Dancemon

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App: Rhythm
Type: Game
Attacks: Uprock Beat, Crazy Step

A born dancer who cannot resist dancing the moment it hears music. It dances even while battling, using its music-fists that grow stronger the more it gets into a groove.


Denpamon

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App: Communication
Type: System
Attacks: Seek Circle, Clean Signal

An Appmon capable of detecting the number and positions of other Appmon using special electromagnetic waves. It boasts of being the best at playing hide-and-seek with other Appmon.


  • Armless Biped: Like the Appmon it shares a model with, it uses the App Link cables on the side of its head as limbs instead.
  • Enemy-Detecting Radar: Its entire entire theme.
  • Eyeless Face: Has no eyes, instead having a wave sensor where eyes should be.
  • Mechanical Lifeforms: A walking, robotic wave sensor.
  • Palette Swap: Shares a model with Onpamon and Jammingmon. It also shares a basic body type with Pekomon and Pokomon, but their faces and types of weapons are different.

Diarimon

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App: Diary
Type: Tool
Attacks: Operate Log, Lost Diary

An Appmon that records everything about the target in the diary on its face, from its lifestyle to their actions. It has the ability to alter the target's memories by overwriting the contents in its diary.


  • Cool Key: Has one around its neck, just like Addmon.
  • Diary: Based on one.
  • The Faceless: Like Addmon, Diarimon's head is a book, lacking both eyes and a mouth. However, the lock on its diary has what looks like an blue, glowing eye in it.
  • Fake Memories: Creates these by altering the information on a target listed in its pages.
  • Palette Swap: Shares a model with Addmon.
  • Sharp Dressed Mon: Dressed not unlike a doorman, just like Addmon.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Spelled "Diarimon", while being based on the english word "diary".

Dicemon

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App: Dice
Type: Entertainment
Attacks: Six Shake, Miracle Roll

A square-shaped, dice-type Appmon. It loves to gamble, and it leaves the deciding of all outcome from its daily actions and its own attack methods to luck.


  • Animate Inanimate Object: A six-sided die with an eye on the "one" space.
  • Dice: Dicemon is a die, and all of its abilities are based around gambling and the results of random rolls.
  • The Gambler: Its entire motif.
  • Random Effect Spell: It leaves every aspect of its life to this, even while battling.
  • Tertiary Sexual Characteristics: Dicemon has feminine eyelashes, and given that it can App Fuse with another Appmon into the decidedly feminine-looking Vegasmon, one might consider Dicemon a potential female Appmon as well.

Dogamon

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App: Video
Type: Entertainment
Attacks: Channel Play, Dark Monitor

This Appmon is familiar with the workings of video and how it is delivered around the world. By operating the remote control on his arms, you can change what the screen in his face shows.


  • Cyclops: The "play" button on its screen serves as an eye.
  • Expy: Of Monitamon, from Digimon Fusion, though based based on a video player instead of a television.
  • The Faceless: Becomes this whenever using a screen as its face.
  • Animate Inanimate Object: It's supposed to be based on a video player, but its overall appearance is more like a wide-screen TV.
  • Web Video: What it's based on. Its name specifically reminds one of NicoNicoDouga.

Dokamon

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App: Action
Type: Game
Attacks: Dokkan Punch, Doka Crash, Doka-Doka Rush

Rowdy by nature, fighting against strong opponents fires him up. Possessing great physical abilities as well as a sturdy fist, it always seeks for opportunities to test his power.

Dokamon is the Buddy Appmon of Eri Karan.


  • Action Game: Based on this genre of games.
  • Blood Knight: Likes fighting strong opponents.
  • Camera Abuse: Its Appmon chip artwork depicts its punch cracking the "screen" of its chip.
  • Cyborg: Various parts of Dokamon's body, including its arms, legs, ears, and the tips of its tail, appear mechanical.
  • Elemental Punch: Its "Dokkan Punch" attack is a flaming punch.
  • Expy: Being a blue-colored, mammalian-looking Appmon, it resembles the Digimon partners of previous Lancer-type Digimon from previous seasons. However, the "v" symbol on its head also evokes V-mon.
  • Hot-Blooded: Stated to be rowdy by nature.
  • Rapid-Fire Fisticuffs: Its "Doka-Doka Rush" attack.

Dopemon

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App: Enhancement
Type: Life
Attacks: Vital Limit, Overpower

A rather unsettling pharmacist Appmon.


Drawmon

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App: Paint
Type: Entertainment
Attacks: Ink Shower, Paint Melt

An Appmon skilled at coloring, with a body that drips like paint. Though it loves art more than anything, the pictures it draws leave much to be desired.


  • Art Attacker: A variation where it attacks with its paint supplies, rather than the art it creates.
  • Blob Monster: Drawmon is made of a substance similar to paint.
  • Domino Mask: Has this around its eyes.
  • Generic Graffiti: It's equipped with aerosol paint cans, making Drawmon invoke this.
  • Hollywood Acid: Its "Paint Melt" attack uses paint as this.
  • Shout-Out: Due to the aforementioned Domino Mask, and its use of ink/paint to attack, Drawmon serves as a broad homage to the Splatoon franchise.
  • Starving Artist: Drawmon loves art more than anything, but its own creations are quite bad.

Dressmon

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App: Fashion
Type: Entertainment
Attacks: Sewing Needle, Shamming Stitch

An Appmon with the ability to sew together and materialize the data of clothes displayed on-screen to it. No one can match the speed of its sewing.


Ecomon

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App: Energy Saving
Type: System
Attacks: Ecology Ground, Battery Drain

An app with the ability to restrict energy usage. The leaves atop its head act as its energy source by collecting energy.


Flickmon

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App: Flick
Type: Social, Navi, Tool, System, Game, Entertainment, Life
Attacks: Mimadamshi

An Appmon that is good at flapping its ears. It actually has closely packed sharp fangs in its mouth.


  • Color-Coded for Your Convenience: Each Flickmon is a different color depending on its appearance; blue for Social, green for Navi, purple for Tool, yellow for System, orange for Game, red for Entertainment, and pink for Life.
  • Ear Wings
  • Expy: It's a Waddling Head with lots of teeth, making it one to Tokomon.
  • Waddling Head: A head with stubby feet and floppy ears.

Gashamon

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App: Gashapon
Type: Entertainment
Attacks: Gashagashapon, Dokkiri Capsule

A gashapon-type Appmon that creates a capsule for every coin it receives. Not even Gashamon knows what is inside each one.


  • Animate Inanimate Object: A living gashapon machine.
  • Expy: With its mismatched eyes, four legs, similar arms, and domed head, Gashamon highly resembles Nanomonnote  from previous Digimon works.
  • Mythology Gag: Its profile art has it holding a capsule that holds Agumon.
  • Palette Swap: Shares a model with Pipomon, albeit with some physical differences and a different theme.
  • Random Effect Spell: Not even Gashamon knows what'll come out of each of its capsules.

Gatchmon

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App: Search
Type: Social
Attacks: Deep Search, Gatch Claw, Weak Point Search

The main Appmon character of the Digimon Universe: App Monsters anime, and the defacto mascot of the series as of this writing. Gatchmon is an Appmon that's full of curiosity who loves searching. It can search the Net Ocean for just about anything, from information related to day-to-day life, to information on the enemy's weakpoints.

Gatchmon is the Buddy Appmon of Haru Shinkai.


  • Absurdly Sharp Claws: For use with its "Gatch Claw" attack.
  • Accessory-Wearing Cartoon Animal: In addition to its helmet, Gatchmon also has a magnifying glass attached to its body.
  • Cartoon Creature: Gatchmon is a generally-mammalian looking thing. Aside from that, he doesn't seem to be based on anything in the real world.
    • This is actually lampshaded in the first episode of the anime, when Messemon asks Gatchmon whether he's a dog or a cat. Gatchmon's answer? Neither.
  • Constantly Curious: As befits a 'mon based on a search app.
  • Cool Helmet: A horned one with a magnifying glass on it.
  • Cute Little Fangs: Has a mouth full of sharp teeth, but at least one is always sticking out of the corner of his mouth.
  • Enemy Scan: The purpose of its "Weak Point Search" attack.
  • Kid Detective: In addition to being based on a search engine, Gatchmon fits this trope, what with being a Standard Grade Appmon, which is roughly analogous to the "Child" level in Digimon, its hunger for information, and use of a magnifying glass.
  • Magical Database: Its "Deep Search" has it plumb the Surface Web for information on how to solve a particular problem.
  • Punny Name: Gatchmon's name is a portmanteau of "gacchi", which relates to the results turned up in a search engine, "gashi", the sound of clanging, as in the sound it would make attacking with its metal claws.
  • Recurring Element: The red-themed Buddy Appmon of the goggle-headed protagonist; in this case, Haru.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Its name has been rendered both "Gatchmon", "Gacchimon", and "Gatchimon" by official sources.

Gengomon

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App: Translation
Type: Social
Attacks: Babel Shaberunote , Babel Damarunote 

A wonderful translator who knows every language in the world. He has the ability to interfere with a conversation by forcibly translating the words spoken by the other person.


  • Irony: Gengomon is based on a web translator, and its translations are perfect. Most web translators are not.
  • Omniglot: Knows every language in the world.
  • Palette Swap: It shares a model with Tubumon.
  • Poor Communication Kills: Has the ability to cause this by translating one half of a conversation's words into another language.
  • Shout-Out: His attacks reference the web translator Babelfish, which in turn takes its name from the creature from The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

Hackmon

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App: Hacking
Type: System
Attacks: Vanquish Claw, Strange Hack

Owner of an ability capable of leading the world into a crisis, depending on how it is used. He sees through any program's weak point at a glance, and can even unlock the strongest locks immediately.

Hackmon is the Buddy Appmon of Rei Katsura.


  • Ambiguously Evil: It has the potential to create a crisis, but only if its powers are used in a destructive way.
  • The Cracker: It can break even strong locks in an instant.
  • Expy: Of the Digimon version of Hackmon. While Hackmon was the Knight in Shining Armor type, this version is much shadier and villainous looking.
    • Notably, Hackmon qualifies as this instead of just being a case of One Steve Limit, due to being directly based on a Digimon rather than simply sharing a similar name with one. In addition, the Digimon Hackmon is moreso based on "hakku" or "white", while the Appmon Hackmon is actually based on hacking.
  • Fireball Eyeballs: A variation where one of the eyes of its hood is what's on fire, rather than its actual eyes.
  • Hollywood Hacking: Based on the concept. It can get into anything and can potentially threaten the world.
  • In the Hood: Wears a hooded cape.
  • Swiss Army Appendage: His "Vanquish Claw" attack has him both enlarge his right arm and change the tips of his claws into extending implements that end in needles and pincers for hacking.

Jammingmon

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App: Jamming
Type: Tool
Attacks: Spree Signal, Jam Jam Pain

An Appmon with the ability to emit jamming signals. In addition to obstructing communications, it is also capable of producing noises that cause discomfort to other Appmon, causing those who hear it to suffer.


  • Armless Biped: Like the Appmon it shares a model with, it uses the App Link cables on the side of its head as limbs instead.
  • Eyeless Face: Has no eyes, instead having a wave sensor where eyes should be.
  • I Can't Hear You: Can induce this by interfering with communications.
  • Make Me Wanna Shout: Its "Jam Jam Pain" emits a painful sound that causes physical discomfort to whomever hears it.
  • Mechanical Lifeforms: A walking, robotic jamming device.
  • Palette Swap: It shares a model with Denpamon and Onpamon. It also shares a basic body type with Pekomon and Pokomon, but their faces and types of weapons are different.

Jetmon

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App: Flight
Type: Navi
Attacks: Homing Impact, Raptor Wing

An Appmon well acquainted with matters regarding aviation, who has the ability to access control towers and radar sites. It can fly while carrying people and luggage on its back.


Jishomon

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App: Dictionary
Type: Life
Attacks: Biblio-Scan, Hiden Glyph

An Appmon with the appearance of a thick dictionary. It despises information on the net that doesn't have a clear author, and will only trust its own knowledge under all circumstances.


  • Animate Inanimate Object: A dictionary.
  • Nerd Glasses: His are gold, compared to Bookmon's.
  • Insufferable Genius: Hates anonymous information and prefers its own knowledge to that of others.
  • Palette Swap: Shares a model with Bookmon.
  • The Skeptic: It distrusts any information that it doesn't already know, especially that which doesn't have a proper author listed.
  • Technology Marches On: In-universe, like Callmon and Compassmon, he's an Appmon that's been rendered obsolete by more useful ones in the anime.

Kabemon

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App: Wallpaper
Type: System
Attacks: Real Projection, Recovery Wall

An Appmon with the ability to materialize anything projected on its wall. The larger its projection, the larger the area effected by the change.


  • Animate Inanimate Object: A wallpaper screen with arms and legs.
  • Art Attacker: In a different way than Cardmon; the images on its body affect the world around it.
  • Awesome Backpack: Its backpack contains several more rolled up wallpapers.
  • The Blank: Its default appearance is just a black wall, save for the splotch of pink paint on its lower left corner.
  • Hard Light: Materializes the images projected on its body across an area of differing size.
  • Palette Swap: Shares a model with Cardmon and Newsmon.
  • Reality Warper: By way of its projections.

Kaimon

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App: Shopping
Type: Life
Attacks: Bargain Price, Bakugainote  Time

An Appmon that constantly sells the objects contained in its basket for a bargain price. Once it sets an eye on a customer, it will not allow them to escape until Kaimon has sold something.


  • Animate Inanimate Object: A living coin purse.
  • Foil: To its Palette Swap, Kakeimon. While Kaimon is a canny "businessmon" who won't rest until someone buys its bargains, Kakeimon is a peerless bargain hunter that never wastes money.
  • Intrepid Merchant: In that it's always trying to sell its wares.
  • Honest John's Dealership: Everything it sells is at a bargain, though its profile doesn't say whether its goods are legitimate or not.
  • Palette Swap: Shares a model with Kaimon.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The blue oni to Kakeimon's red oni, with Kaimon being blue and Kakeimon being pink.

Kakeimon

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App: Housekeeping Book
Type: Life
Attacks: Setsuyakunote  Heart, Kechikechinote  Heart

An Appmon excelling in bargain shopping and conversation. There isn't a single Appmon that can surpass its ability to buy goods for the lowest possible price.


  • Animate Inanimate Object: A living coin purse.
  • Foil: To its Palette Swap, Kaimon. While Kaimon is a canny "businessmon" who won't rest until someone buys its bargains, Kakeimon is a peerless bargain hunter that never wastes money.
  • Palette Swap: Shares a model with Kaimon.
  • Pink Means Feminine: Played straight where Kaimon averted it.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The blue oni to Kaimon's red oni, with Kaimon being blue and Kakeimon being pink.
  • The Scrooge: One of its attacks even translates to "Miser Heart".

Kosomon

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App: Bad Word-of-Mouth
Type: Social
Attacks: Idobatanote  Paper, Kossorinote  Work

A suspicious Appmon who always seems to be gossiping about someone. It's a self-proclaimed "underground informant", and may let one in on secret information if they talk to it.


  • Gag Lips: Its only distinct facial feature, given most of it is covered by a hood.
  • Gossipy Hens: A non-female example, in that it's always gossiping about someone or other.
  • Horned Humanoid
  • The Informant: Considers itself one, though it may or may not share its information with someone.
  • In the Hood: Wears a hoodie drawn tightly over its face; notably, Kosomon is portrayed as being suspicious and shady, making this more than just a visual trope.
  • Palette Swap: Shares an overall design with Reviewmon.

Lightmon

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App: Light
Type: Tool
Attacks: Blind Flash, Shining Body

An Appmon with the ability to light up its surroundings. As its brightness is related to its remaining stamina, it is best to change its lightbulb when it starts to flicker.


Luckmon

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App: Slot
Type: Entertainment
Attacks: Lucky Shot, Triple Seven

A slot machine type Appmon that will spit out coins when the pictures on its three reels line up. There is a perpetual queue of Appmon hoping to strike it rich lined up in front of it.


MCmon

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App: Live
Type: Navi
Attacks: Soul Shout, Jikkyōnote  Crisis

A talented speaker who has poured its heart and soul into commentary. Anyone who hears its heated commentary will exhibit above average power, even those who are otherwise unmotivated.


  • Cool Shades: Its primary difference from Musimon and Dancemon aside from color.
  • Combat Commentator: Being an MC, it's this naturally, with the added effect of powering up whomever listens to it.
  • Palette Swap: Shares a model with Musimon and Dancemon.
  • Large Ham: Its card artwork and anime appearances portray it this way, which fits its nature as an MC.
  • Make Me Wanna Shout: Its "Soul Shout" technique.
  • Unusual Ears: Like Musimon and Dancemon, its ears are also arms.

Messemon

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App: Message
Type: Social
Attacks: Messe Stream Attack, Kotodama Rain

An Appmon with the ability to send and receive messages. It has three bodies, but they operate with a shared train of thought.


  • Palette Swap: Shares a model with Puzzlemon.
  • Hive Mind: It looks like a Multiple Head Case, but each word balloon is a separate body sharing the same train of thought.
  • Human Ladder: Its three bodies stack up on top of each other like this.
  • Literal Split Personality: Its three bodies each show a different personality; green is pleasant, blue is constantly sad, and red is angry. They switch places depending on the situation.
  • Logical Weakness: As seen in the anime, its "Messe Stream Attack" can be rendered useless by marking said messages as "read".
  • Technology Marches On: The in-universe source of this for Callmon.
  • Words Can Break My Bones: The whole point of its "Kotodama Rain" attack, based on the Japanese concept that unusual powers exist in words and names. "Messe Stream Attack" is this in the form of firing actual texts.

Mirrormon

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App: Mirror
Type: Tool
Attacks: Seek Circle, Mirror's Revenge

An Apppmon who possesses a mirror reflecting truth on its body, free of any distortions. Its beautiful mirror's surface is polished occasionally until it's capable of reflecting an enemy's attack.


  • Attack Reflector: Its mirror does this as part of its "Mirror's Revenge" technique.
  • Bedsheet Ghost: Like the Digimon it's based on, Mirrormon's body is essentially this combined with a mirror.
  • Expy: Essentially a smaller version of AncientWisemon.
  • Mythology Gag: Its mirror's ability to reflect attacks is a reference to Mercuremon, a Digimon which inherited the powers of AncientWisemon, the Digimon Mirrormon resembles.
  • Paper Fan of Doom: Its design shows it wielding one of these.
  • The Mirror Shows Your True Self: Its profile says that its mirror "reflects truth".

Moneymon

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App: Electronic Money
Type: Life
Attacks: Roulette Bank, Money Shock

An Appmon with the ability to withdraw whatever money its target possesses. It is even possible to temporarily obtain even more money than you already have by begging it for a loan.


  • Abnormal Ammo: Uses money to attack, just like Luckmon.
  • Animate Inanimate Object: Though it shares a model with Luckmon, Moneymon is actually a cash register/dispenser instead.
  • Loan Shark: You can obtain a loan from it, and the "temporary" part mentions in its profile indicates it will eventually come to collect.
  • Palette Swap: Shares a model with Luckmon.
  • Wingding Eyes: Where Luckmon had eyes on its roulette wheel, Moneymon instead has dollar signs.

Musclemon

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App: Strength Training
Type: Life
Attacks: Muscle Posing, MukiMukinote  Sweat

A professional trainer Appmon. It has the ability to stimulate the muscular strength data of others, even against their will, causing their bodies to get beefed up regardless of their wishes.


Musimon

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App: Music
Type: Entertainment
Attacks: Music Hour!, Happy Playlist

A musician whose motto is "Music changes the world". The songs he composes vigorously move the hearts of those who listen to them.

Musimon is the Buddy Appmon of Asuka "Astra" Torajirou.


  • Brought to You by the Letter "S": The patterns on his head make an "M" shape. This becomes The Artifact on Dancemon and MCmon.
  • Catchphrase: "Music changes the world", from his profile.
    • The one in the anime instead uses "No Musimon, no life!"
  • Music Tropes: Naturally, Musimon takes inspiration from multiple genres.
  • Musical Assassin: It's in the name. Expressed literally through it's "Music Hour", which releases musical soundwaves at its enemy.
  • Theme Music Power-Up: "Happy Playlist", which raises the spirits of allies who hear it.
  • Palette Swap: Shares a model with Dancemon and MCmon. Though considering Musimon is a main character in the anime, it might be safe to say that the other two are the palette swaps of him.
  • Sigil Spam: He has round musical note symbols on each finger. Dancemon and MCmon notable lack these.
  • Unusual Ears: Like Musimon and Dancemon, its ears are also arms.

Navimon

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App: Navi
Type: Navi
Attacks: Yajirushinote  Missile, Shock Attack Marker, Navigation Arrow

An Appmon which guides people to the shortest path to their destination. With a personality as straightforward as the arrows on both of its arms, it hates detours.


Newsmon

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App: News
Type: Navi
Attacks: Extra News, Shocking News

A reporter whose purpose in life is to spread exclusive news scoops to the entire world. It seems to have some level of foresight, as the news it writes about future events tend to come true.


  • Animate Inanimate Object: A walking newspaper.
  • Awesome Backpack: Its backpack carries newspapers; this is a holdover from Kabemon.
  • Going for the Big Scoop: Its purpose in life, as mentioned in its profile.
  • Intrepid Reporter
  • Palette Swap: Shares a model with Cardmon and Kabemon.
  • Seers: Future events it reports on come true; whether Newsmon has inside knowledge, has legitimate ability to see the future, or makes predictions based on data gleaned from the web like Tellermon isn't elaborated upon in any media.

Offmon

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App: Offline
Type: Game
Attacks: Switch Lazy, Tachikirunote  Link

An Appmon with the ability to completely drain the target's motivation as if it were turning off a switch. Whether or not this is due to its ability, Offmon is always listless as well.

Offmon is the Buddy Appmon of Yuujin Oozora.


  • Bad Powers, Bad People/Dark Is Not Evil: Offmon and its higher forms have a darker edge to them and its powers are less overtly heroic, in contrast to contrast Onmon. However, it's not overtly evil, and even roles where it's antagonistic make Offmon either misguided or lacking in control.
  • Badass Longcoat: Though since it's the size of a toddler, it's pretty over-sized.
  • Cool Hat
  • Charged Attack: The anime depicts "Switch Lazy" this way, with Offmon needing a long period of time to prepare the attack. It's more powerful than many of the attacks used by other Standard Grades as a result.
  • Heroic Dog: Based on Offmon's higher forms, Offmon is some kind of canine. The heroic part comes from being the Buddy Appmon of one of the main characters of the anime. Subverted in the Applimonsters video game, where Offmon is an antagonist.
  • Energy Ball: "Switch Lazy" takes this form.
  • Goggles Do Nothing: Has a pair of these on its hat, with red "power off" symbols on them.
  • Foil: To Onmon and its higher forms. Offmon breaks connections while Onmon creates them.
  • Personality Powers: Offmon breaks connections and demotivates others, and is itself listless. The anime takes this further by adding Shrinking Violet and Hikikomori tendencies.
  • Power Nullifier: "Tachikiru Link" disables Appmon abilities that rely on connecting to the net or other sources.
    • Offmon also has the innate ability to drain motivation from others, according to its profile.
  • Sigil Spam: Red "power off" symbols, which reoccur across its higher forms.

Onmon

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App: Online
Type: Game
Attacks: Switch Spark, Tsunagerunote  Link

An Appmon with the ability to raise its target's motivation to the maximum as abruptly as turning on a switch. It is always fired up and motivated itself, just like the effects of its ability.


  • Cartoon Creature: Unlike Offmon, its basis is less obvious, as all of its higher forms are humanoid warriors instead of creatures whose inspiration is more obvious.
  • Hot-Blooded: It's always fired up and motivated.
  • Foil: To Onmon and its higher forms; Onmon creates connections while Offmon breaks them. Their attacks' names directly reference each other as well.
  • Sigil Spam: Blue "power on" symbols, variants of which reoccur across its higher forms, appear on its chip and helmet.
  • Personality Powers: Just like Offmon, its personality matches its abilities; Onmon is energetic and motivated, just like its ability to instill as much in others.
  • Status Buff: Makes other Appmon more motivated in battle.

Onpamon

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App: Ultrasound
Type: Tool
Attacks: Wave Attack, Easy Sonar

An Appmon with the ability to emit special soundwaves from the horn on its head. By inferring from the way its soundwaves are reflected, it is capable of determining even the location of even invisible enemies.


  • Armless Biped: Like the Appmon it shares a model with, it uses the App Link cables on the side of its head as limbs instead.
  • Enemy-Detecting Radar: Its "Easy Sonar" technique; unlike Denpamon, it uses sound waves instead of electromagnetic ones.
  • Eyeless Face: Has no eyes, instead having a volume level guage where eyes should be.
  • Make Me Wanna Shout: Attacks with soundwaves from the horn on its head.
  • Mechanical Lifeforms: A walking, robotic jamming device.
  • Palette Swap: Shares a model with Denpamon and Jammingmon. It also shares a basic body type with Pekomon and Pokomon, but their faces and types of weapons are different.

Pekomon

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App: Compression
Type: System
Attacks: Peko Smash, Pekopekonote  Hammer

An Appmon with the ability to compress data. Any Appmon that gets hit with its hammer will be fully shrunk down to a cute, mini size.


  • Armless Biped: Like the Appmon it shares a model with, it uses the App Link cables on the side of its head as limbs instead.
  • Drop the Hammer: Both of its attacks use the large one on its head.
  • Foil: Pekomon compresses data, while Pokomon decompresses it. Pekomon also looks mischievous, while Pokomon is portrayed as looking nervous.
  • Fun Size: The victim of its decompression turns into this, specifically being noted as "cute".
  • Palette Swap: Shares a model with Pokomon, but not a weapon type. It also shares a basic body type with Denpamon, Jammingmon, and Onpamon, but its face and weapons are different.
  • Shrink Ray: Or rather, Shrink Hammer. Its hammer will decompress its targets, making them tiny.
  • Scary Teeth: Has a mouth full of sharp teeth.

Perorimon

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App: Gourmet
Type: Entertainment
Attacks: Tasting Bite, Perorinlog

It is a glutton that loves mealtimes more than anything. Usually, it is very easygoing, but when it is hungry, it changes to its ferocious personality in search of food.


  • Acrofatic: Averted. Perorimon's attempts in the anime show it to not be very good at physical activity.
  • Big Eater: Described as gluttonous. When it gets hungry, Perorimon turns ferocious.
  • Cool Hat: Wears a cowboy hat, perhaps suggesting that the standard variety of Perorimon specializes in yōshoku, or western-styled cuisine.
  • Criticism Tropes: A food/restaurant review Appmon. The one in the anime is a Caustic Critic, but the general trope is listed here because there are different types of Perorimon who may or may not exhibit the same personality.
  • More Teeth than the Osmond Family: Its maw could give Tokomon a run for its money.
  • Nice Guy: Until you make it hungry, anyway.
  • Underground Monkey: The anime shows there are different types of Perorimon, with a different appearance based on the types of food they specialize in reviewing. One episode specifically focuses on a female version, named "Maripero".

Pipomon

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App: Warning
Type: System
Attacks: Spy Droid, Panic Sentry

An Appmon with the ability to detect danger in its surroundings. The moment its small surveillance drones detect any suspicious articles, it will sound a siren and light up the warning light atop its head.


  • Mechanical Lifeforms: An Appmon in the form of a robotic security robot.
  • Mecha-Mooks: Portrayed as such in the anime whenever someone makes an excursion into the Deep Web.
  • Palette Swap: Shares a model with Gashamon, with non-mismatched eyes and a siren instead of a dome containing gashapon capsules.
  • Surveillance Drone: Utilizes these to detect suspicious activity as part of its "Spy Droid" technique.

Pokomon

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App: Decompression
Type: System
Attacks: Poko Melter, Pokopokonote  Blow

An Appmon with the ability to decompress compressed data. The hot air blown out from the dryer on its head gently melts stiff, compressed data.


  • Armless Biped: Like the Appmon it shares a model with, it uses the App Link cables on the side of its head as limbs instead.
  • Blow You Away: Uses a blow dryer instead of hammer, like Pekomon.
  • Foil: Pekomon compresses data, while Pokomon decompresses it. Pekomon also looks mischievous, while Pokomon is portrayed as looking nervous.
  • Heat Wave: "Poko Melter", which uses its blow dryer to "melt" data and thereby decompress it.
  • One Steve Limit: Averted, sort of. Pokomon name sounds identical to that of a Baby/Fresh-level Digimon, but they actually take from different Japanese words.
  • Palette Swap: Shares a model with Pekomon, but not a weapon type. It also shares a basic body type with Denpamon, Jammingmon, and Onpamon, but its face and weapons are different.
  • Scary Teeth: Has a mouth full of sharp teeth. Somewhat undermined by how nervous it looks.

Protecmon

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App: Security
Type: System
Attacks: Flame Wall, Almighty Guard

A robust guardsman who excels in defense. Using both arms as sturdy shields, it protects valuable data from virus attacks day in and day out.


Puzzlemon

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App: Puzzle
Type: Game
Attacks: Element Mix, Poppin' Three

A rather unusual Appmon in that its three bodies each have a different personality. It is able to unleash different types of attacks by changing positions with each other.


  • Colony Drop: It's shown to being capable of dropping huge puzzle balls from the sky in the anime.
  • Cyclops: Its blue head is this.
  • Elemental Powers: Each of its three bodies has a different elemental theme; the orange one being fire, the blue one being blue, and the green one being wind.
  • Hive Mind: It looks like a Multiple Head Case, but each word balloon is a separate body sharing the same train of thought. It shares this trait with Messemon.
  • Mouth Stitched Shut: Like several other Digimon and Appmon, its mouth has stitches but is capable of opening it and talking.
  • Literal Split Personality: Just like Messemon, its three bodies each have a different personality. They are, however, less immediately obvious than Messemon's are.
  • Palette Swap: Shares a model with Messemon.
  • Puzzle Game: Based on this kind of game, with its specific inspiration seemingly coming from "match three or more" style games.

Racemon

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App: Race
Type: Game
Attacks: Accel Drive, Lazy Rabbit

A remarkable driver, it is said there is no vehicle it cannot operate. It has the ability to bring out the best in any vehicle, from tricycles to even spaceships.


Recomon

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App: Recording
Type: Tool
Attacks: Absorb Interview, Slack Mic

An Appmon that has the ability to record sounds and speeches made by its targets. Due to its very diligent disposition, it will immediately record even trivial conversations.


Resshamon

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App: Transfer
Type: Navi
Attacks: Switching Rail, Trail Slam

An Appmon that is well informed about the operating status of trains. Not only does it give useful information on train transferring, it can also act as a high speed transport during urgent situations.


  • Animate Inanimate Object: Resshamon is, obviously enough, a living train.
  • Astonishingly Appropriate Appearance: Resshamon's lower jaw is a cowcatcher.
  • Cool Train: Naturally. It's not just a train monster either, he can also be used as an emergency transport.
  • Expy: Resshamon is based visually on Locomon, who had a notable role as one of the feature Digimon of the second Digimon Tamers movie. Resshamon's feature episode is fittingly chock full of references to said movie.
  • Fun Size: Averted. Resshamon is shown to be unusually large for a Standard Grade in the anime, and is in fact large enough to ride in. He's about the size of a smaller train engine.
  • Ramming Always Works: Its "Trail Slam" technique.

Reviewmon

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App: Review
Type: Social
Attacks: Post Review, Saiaku no Hyoukanote 

A harsh reviewer that scrutinizes everything it sees. It is said that any product or store that receives praise from Reviewmon will undoubtedly become popular.


  • Caustic Critic: Noted to be a harsh reviewer.
  • Gag Lips: Its only distinct facial feature, given most of it is covered by a hood.
  • Horned Humanoid
  • In the Hood: Wears a hoody drawn tightly over its face, covering its eyes.
  • Shout-Out: One to on-line review shops like Yelp! It being a harsh critic that can make or break a product is a reference to the influence such sites carry, and the effect they've been shown to have on businesses.
  • Palette Swap: Shares an overall design with Kosomon.

Rocketmon

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App: Rocket
Type: Navi
Attacks: Rocket Burst, Overed Boost

Possessing high-performance rocket engines, it is an Appmon that can fly at tremendous speeds. These explosive speeds reach even the speed of sound.


Savemon

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App: Backup
Type: System
Attacks: Saving Bubble, Split Memory

An Appmon with the ability to save and create back-ups of data. It is even capable of returning the target back to a previous state of being as long as a back-up from that state exists.


  • Body Backup Drive: Savemon can effectively serve as a one-mon Body Backup Drive service.
  • Energy Ball: Savemon's card artwork shows it forming its save data backups in this manner.
  • Foil: To Copipemon, who creates duplicates of others in varying numbers, and its copies are disposable. Savemon instead preserves the target's state of being, and can restore them should the need arise.
  • Palette Swap: Shares a model with Copipemon, with the only notable differences being different patterns and the fact that Savemon has a more unusual mouth.
  • Save Point: Savemon can effectively create this for others, returning them to a previous state if it can manage to back up their data. One can therefore infer that this overlaps with in-universe Save Scumming.

Setmon

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App: Setup
Type: Social
Attacks: Quick Setup, Peaky Setting

An Appmon who is capable of configuring equipment for easy use, even that which is initially difficult-to-use. The manuals it creates are easily understood even by beginners.


Shotmon

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App: Shooting
Type: Game
Attacks: Dead Shot, Pressure Revolve

A first rate sniper that specializes in long-range shooting. Its prided revolver is custom made, and from time to time it is capable of taking down its target without even leaving any sign of presence or sound.


  • Armed Legs: Guess what? They're guns.
  • Cold Sniper: A long-range specialist assassin. Said to be first-rate.
  • First-Person Shooter/Third-Person Shooter: The genre of games Shotmon is based on.
  • Highly Visible Ninja: Not a shinobi per se, but for an assassin capable of killing without leaving a trace, being colored day-glo green is rather odd.
  • Hired Gun: A more literal example than most.
  • More Dakka: Absolutely covered in guns, from its head, to its arms, to its legs, to the middle of Shotmon's abdomen.
  • Revolvers Are Just Better: His revolver is custom made, and it serves as Shotmon's left arm. Used in its "Pressure Revolve" technique.

Sleepmon

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App: Sleep
Type: Life
Attacks: Super Sleeper, Raging Eye

An Appmon with the ability to lure others to sleep. Usually, it acts while sleeping, but it is said that if you forcefully wake it up, it will suddenly change into a terrifying figure.


Spamon

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App: Spa
Type: Life
Attacks: Hydrojet, Iyashi no Yunote 

An Appmon that carries a large hot spring bath on its back. The water within the bath is well-known for its ability to heal all ailments, and it is famed as a secret spring that not many Appmon are able to enter.


  • Giant Enemy Crab: An Appmon based on a hermit crab.
  • Healing Spring: Its hot spring can heal any ailment. Utilized directly with it's "Iyashi no Yu" technique.
  • Making a Splash: Its "Hydrojet" technique is a blast of its hotspring water.
  • Palette Swap: Shares a general model with Yadomon, albeit with a different "shell" on each of their backs and Yadomon lacking a bellhop uniform.

Supplemon

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App: Supplement
Type: Life
Attacks: Vital Supplement

An Appmon who prescribes prophylactic medicine that proves extremely effective. It is said that one who takes Supplemon's supplements will not catch a cold for an entire week.


Swipemon

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App: Swipe
Type: Social, Navi, Tool, System, Game, Entertainment, Life
Attacks: Body Spear

An Appmon who is very good at moving left and right quickly. Its repetitive sideways jump is so fast to the point of looking like a mirage.


  • Color-Coded for Your Convenience: Each Swipemon is a different color depending on its appearance; blue for Social, green for Navi, purple for Tool, yellow for System, orange for Game, red for Entertainment, and pink for Life.
  • Expy: Being a Waddling Head with a very simple and a cute appearance, Swipemon is this to many species of Baby II/In-Training Digimon from previous works.
  • Silly Walk: It can move sideways very quickly.
  • Super Speed: That being said, its moving sideways is so fast it looks like a mirage.
  • Waddling Head: Looks very similar to Flickmon and Tapmon, but without horns instead of floppy ears.

Tapmon

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App: Tap
Type: Social, Navi, Tool, System, Game, Entertainment, Life
Attacks: Spin Shoot

An Appmon that's good at bouncing. Its body is soft and quite soluble.


  • Color-Coded for Your Convenience: Each Tapmon is a different color depending on its appearance; blue for Social, green for Navi, purple for Tool, yellow for System, orange for Game, red for Entertainment, and pink for Life.
  • Expy: Being a Waddling Head with a very simple and a cute appearance, Tapmon is this to many species of Baby I/Fresh Digimon from previous works.
  • Waddling Head: Looks very similar to Flickmon and Swipemon, but with a single horn instead of a pair of horns or floppy ears.

Trickmon

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App: Magic Trick
Type: Entertainment
Attacks: Magic Hatter, Grand Illusion

A peerless magician who has mastered all sorts of magic tricks, even tricks such as creating illusions from playing cards. It can make simple data go "poof" with its disappearing magic.


  • Animate Inanimate Object: Trickmon magician's hat with arms.
  • Death Dealer: Uses playing cards to create illusions.
  • The Mad Hatter: His artwork gives Trickmon a very manic-looking appearance, making this a more literal example than most.
  • Master of Illusion: As befitting a magician Appmon.
  • Mythology Gag: One of the objects popping out of its hat in his primary artwork is a Piyomon puppet.
  • Pull a Rabbit out of My Hat: Not exactly a rabbit, but its artwork shows his hat is capable of opening, and that there's many objects concealed in there.
  • Scary Teeth: The belt of its hat-like body serves as his mouth, and it has this as a pattern.

Tubumon

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App: Chat
Type: Social
Attacks: TwiBomb, Line Rush

A talkative Appmon who loves to share the information given by the people it follows. Once Tubumon gets its has on any information it finds interesting, it won't wait until that information is broadcasted to everyone.


  • Motor Mouth: It doesn't rest until it's told people about everything interesting it knows.
  • One Steve Limit: Averted, sort of. Tubumon name initially looks and sounds identical to that of Tsubumon, a Baby/Fresh-level Digimon, but they actually take from different Japanese words.
  • Shout-Out: Its name is derived form the Japanese word "tsubuyaki", which means to tweet, as in on Twitter. Likewise, its profile describes its personality as being in line with the way tweets are shared and spread around on Twitter. Additionally, its artwork shows it with its hands in "thumbs up" positions, which is how many social media platforms allow users to show whether they "like" or "dislike" a post.
  • Toothy Bird: Has a pretty jagged set of teeth in its beak.
  • Visual Pun: Tubumon being based on Twitter, whose symbol is a blue bird and based on the sound said creatures make, makes its stylized avian appearance add up to this.

Tutomon

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App: Tutorial
Type: Navi
Attacks: Finger Pointer, Tutorialize

A knowledgeable Appmon that loves giving explanations. It often cannot be seen due to its small size, causing those around it to think of it as a "Mysterious Voice" without an actual body.


  • Giving Someone the Pointer Finger: Its "Finger Pointer" technique.
  • Incredibly Lame Pun: Its name has a two-fold meaning; it's pronounced "chuuto", which is how the first few syllables of "tutorial" are pronounced by a Japanese speaker, and "chuchu", which is onomatopoeia for the sound rodents make.
  • Mr. Exposition: It loves giving explanations.
  • Rodents of Unusual Size: Defied. Tyuutomon is so small most people don't even see it.
  • Video Game Tutorial: What Tyuutomon is based on. Naturally, it fills this role in the Applimonsters 3DS game.

Virusmon

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App: Virus
Type: Life
Attacks: Purple Gust, Tentacle Bind

An extremely dangerous being capable of concocting original viruses within its body. The poisons it uses range from fast-acting to slow-acting ones.


  • Combat Tentacles: Used in its "Tentacle Bind" technique.
  • Eyepatch of Power: One of its eye is actually a red eyepatch.
  • Gas Mask Mooks: Wears a gas mask and is treated as a Mook in the anime.
  • Master Poisoner: Its viruses serve as this, with differences being in how fast they act.
  • Underground Monkey: The anime shows there are different versions of Viramon with slightly different appearances.
  • Tentacled Terror: Viramon's body has tentacles like an octopus.
  • The Virus: Viramon serves as this in the anime, being the means in which the primary villain Leviathan spreads its "L-virus".

Watchmon

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App: Clock
Type: Tool
Attacks: Alarm Hold, Minute Spear

An Appmon whose body contains an accurate clock. It carries out all of its plans accurately down to the second, and sports an annoying personality that will not shut up when talking about the time.


Weathermon

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App: Weather
Type: Navi
Attacks: Puchipuchi Weather, Guzuguzu Weather

An Appmon that reads the atmospheric flowing and makes weather forecasts. Depending on its emotions, it is able to change the climate around itself accordingly.


Yadomon

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App: Hotel
Type: Navi
Attacks: Grand Open, Scary Service

An Appmon who introduces holiday accomodations based on the user's needs. The hotel it carries on its back is widely known as accommodation exclusively for celebrity Appmon.


  • Giant Enemy Crab: Much like Spamon, he's a hermit crab combined with a popular vacation destination.
  • Palette Swap: Shares a model with Spamon.

    Super Grade Appmon 

Bramon

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App: Brain Training
Type: Game
Attacks: Command=Hyper, Crazy Brain

An Appmon with a gigantic, distinct brain. It is able to multiply the power of its target's abilities by inserting its cord into them.


Coachmon

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App: Training
Type: Game
Attacks: Dotsuki Kongoukonnote , Ai No Nyūkon Batnote 

A demon coach that does not allow any compromise. Receiving training from it in etiquette or fighting style, even cooking skill, or anything according to the trainee's wish, will knock them into shape.


Consulmon

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App: ‘’Saving’’
Type: ‘’Life’’
Attacks: ‘’Thrift Answer, Octoparath’’

A skilled financial advisor. It is able to determines its target's abilities, and uses that to suggest an optimal plan of action to bring about desired results.


Coordemon

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App: ‘’Coordinate’’
Type: ‘’Entertainment’’
Attacks: ‘’Metamor Coorde, Fitting Arrow’’

A capable coordinator well-versed in the outfits of the world. The outfits it prepares for its targets are customised to fit the situation, and provide excellent functionality even in battle.


Craftmon

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App: ‘’Design’’
Type: ‘’Tool’’
Attacks: ‘’Zone Architect, Tokkan Maker’’

An Appmon with the ability to create objects out of nothing. As long as it has the blueprint stored in its memory, it is capable of building even houses on the spot.


Dezipmon

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App: Zip/Unzip
Type: System
Attacks: Absorb Zip, Unfreeze Fist

An Appmon whose whole body is composed of zippers. It has the ability to freely zip or unzip data using its own body.


Docmon

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App: ‘’Doctor’’
Type: ‘’Life’’
Attacks: ‘’Spiral Trigger, Madness Syringe’’

A mad doctor that can treat any kind of injury with its eccentric surgical operations. Although its skills are unquestionably the real deal, it is often said that the surgeries it performs are more painful that the injuries themselves.


  • Worst Aid: While its medical skills are legimate, the treatments that it employs cause more pain than the injury their meant to cure.

DoGatchmon

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App: Super Search
Type: Social
Attacks: DoGatch Buster, Deep Dive, Sonic Slash

DoGatchmon is a humanoid Appmon with yellow eyes. It wears white armor and a red jacket. Its helmet has V-shaped horns and it has two green navigation pointers on its ears. Like all Appmon, it has two cables on its back to allow Applink.


  • Cool Helmet: A more angular version of Gatchmon's that looks kind of like Shoutmon's head.
  • Fusion Dance: Of Gatchmon and Navimon.
  • Kamehame Hadoken: DoGatch Buster combines the energy of his blades planted in front of him and channels it into a blast of energy similar to a Kamehameha.
  • Laser Blade: Shown wielding one of Navimon's arm blades as one in some of its artwork.

Dosukomon

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App: Fighting
Type: Game
Attacks: Dohyou Field, Jet Harite/Jet Speed Slap, Jet Headbutt.

Dosukomon is a muscular Appmon with extremely large hands, patterned off the sumo wrestler. it has thrusters on the top of its forearms and the back of its tsuna. Like all Appmon, it has two cables on its back to allow Applink.


  • Megaton Punch: When Dosukomon uses Jet Harite, he moves at high speeds to fly to the enemy before smashing the opponent with the force from the acceleration and it's extremely large hands and gauntlet.
  • Stout Strength: It's based on a sumo wrestler.

Dreamon

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App: ‘’Dream’’
Type: ‘’Entertainment’’
Attacks: ‘’Non-REM Puppet, Dream Theater’’

An Appmon which has an appearance like the Baku, having the ability to manipulate dreams. It forcibly transfers the target's spirit into the world of dreams, and takes control of their hollow body.


Effecmon

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App: ‘’Effect’’
Type: ‘’Entertainment’’
Attacks: ‘’Color’s Mother, Paint Dragon’’
An Appmon with the ability to materialize anything it draws. Whenever it catches sight of something that aesthetically displeases it, it will draw over and change it to become completely different using its prided paintbrush.

Gossipmon

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App: Gossip
Type: Social
Attacks: Blaze Slang, Negative Blaster

A writer specializing in gossip, it is able to present even outright lies in a way such that they appear to be true. It thoroughly enjoys seeing its targets in a fix due to the articles and rumors it has spread.


Libramon

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App: Library
Type: Life
Attacks: Verbal Jail, Devil's Codex

It oversees an enormous collection of books, and is a collector of rare books itself. It has the ability to convert any Appmon it has interest in into textual data, and turn them into a book.


  • The Collector: Can become this due to its obsession with rare books and ability to convert other Appmon into books.
  • Scary Librarian: It can turn other Appmon into books to add to its already massive collection.
  • Wingding Eyes: Its eyes are a pair of venomous green spirals.

Logamon

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App: Logout
Type: Social
Attacks: Scratch Ban, Loga Blast

An Appmon with the ability to lock a target out from the system. Logamon has created many pockets of space using this ability for its own use at its leisure.


  • Goggles Do Nothing: It wears goggles over its hat.
  • Pocket Dimension: It's created several of these using its abilities.
  • Sigil Spam: Like Offmon, it has the power-off symbol on its body. The difference is that now they're all over its clothing.
  • Too Many Belts: Its legs are covered in belts and it has a few wrapped around its snout as well.
  • Wolf Man: It's a purple anthropomorphic wolf with very long arms.

Logimon

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App: Login
Type: Social
Attacks: Kreis Tornado, Logi Plasma

An elusive, hot-blooded Appmon. It believes in doing things by the book, and will use an ID and pass when trying to intrude into others' systems. It will always enter from the front door.


  • Leeroy Jenkins: Thanks to being both Hot-Blooded and by-the-book, it always charges in through normal channels when trying to brak into a system.
  • Sigil Spam: Like Onmon and Bootmon, its chip has a variant of a power symbol, which also appears on its helmet.

Mediamon

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App: Media Player
Type: Entertainment
Attacks: Virtualverse, Howling Blast, Power Music, Crash Beat

An Appmon with the ability to manipulate sound and video skillfully. By combining holographic images and audio together, it creates illusions of things that are not really there.


Mienumon

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/mienumon.jpg

An Appmon skilled at espionage. It has the ability to assimilate its target's appearance into the surroundings, and is able to move around without making a single sound at any time.


Raidramon

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An incredibly dangerous existence that is capable of destroying full defense security in an instant. It has the ability to manipulate the data it has usurped the ownership of at will.


Roamon

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/roamon.jpg

An Appmon that gathers audio data from around the world. It has the ability to perfectly copy the voices of others, and change the target's voice into something completely different.


Sakusimon

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An outstanding tactician that has studied famed war strategies from around the world. It catches its opponents off guard with its carefully constructed tactics, and checkmates its targets without fail.


Scorpmon

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A modern-day clairvoyant who can turn all cameras around the world into its own eyes. Once it triggers this ability, there is no blind spot from Scorpmon.


  • "Blind Idiot" Translation: It's supposed to be "Scopemon", but due to the way the name is read, it ended up as Scorpmon instead.

Sociamon

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An Appmon that monitors social media sites all over the world around the clock. Although it is usually extremely shy, its personality changes completely to become talkative and blunt when posting on social media.


Sukasimon

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App: Failed
Type: Social
Attacks: Shippaishichatta, Suka Knuckle

An Appmon that does not possess any ability, yet is charming in some way. By getting near Sukasimon, all power will be mysteriously drawn out of one's body.


  • Dismotivation: Personified. It doesn't have any will to do anything and according to one of its cards, the attitude is contagious.
  • Epic Fail: It's the result of a failed Appfusion.

Tarotmon

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An Appmon who has mastered all methods of fortune-telling. Using its mysterious cards, it is capable of seeing the target's entire past and future.


Timemon

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An Appmon with the rare ability to transcend the flow of time and space. It is able to interfere with not only its own flow of time, but also the flow of time of any opponent it strikes with its fists.


  • Time Master: Its attacks all involve manipulating time for itself or others.

Tripmon

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A capricious wanderer that loves to travel. It has the ability to warp to another person's bag from its own backpack, which it utilizes to travel the world day in and day out.


Uratekumon

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An Appmon well-versed in gaming techniques involving bugs and glitches. No matter which game it plays, it is able to pull off commands that would normally be impossible to do.


Vegasmon

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A dealer Appmon who despises cheating. When it comes to the roulette game, its specialty, it takes bets on anything from gold teeth to even lives.


Warpmon

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An elusive inventor Appmon. The machine it carries on its back is a transmission device, which can be used to teleport multiple targets to a specified destination in an instant.


    Ultimate Grade Appmon 

Bootmon

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An Appmon that is capable of improving the performance of surrounding Appmon, as well as using any overflowing energy as its own power. It loves to surpass its own limits.


Cometmon

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App: Astrology
Type: Navi
Attacks: Meteor Rain, Gigant Arger

An Appmon well-versed in astronomical knowledge. It has the ability to defy gravity, and is capable of creating meteorites at any time by controlling planets.


  • Colony Drop: Has an attack called Meteor Rain and is more than large enough to use its entire body for one as well.
  • Rock Monster: Its upper half is an asteroid-like mass of rock. It even has volcanoes on its back that it uses as jets.
  • That's No Moon!: When viewed from above, you could be forgiven for thinking it's a floating island. It's actually a colossal rock monster with a lower half that bears more than a passing resemblance to the Death Star.

MiniCometmon

MiniCometmon are the small Appmon around Cometmon. It appears as a silver comet-shaped spaceship with two silver eyes. It also has two spikes on its bottom front.


Damedamon

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App: Dame Damenote 
Type: Social
Attacks: Modameda~note , Dame Damagenote 

A somewhat pitiful Appmon who can't seem to do anything properly. Its sighs possess the terrifying ability to infect its surroundings with bad luck.


  • Breath Weapon: Shown using one in its official artwork.
  • Dismotivation: Personifies this much like Sukashimon. This guy even has an attack whose name translates to "I can't do it."
  • Jagged Mouth: Its mouth forms a square zigzag similar to the patchwork pattern on the rest of its body.

Entermon

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The personification of entertainment. The magic-like space of enjoyment that Entermon creates is capable of making the target lose sight of the real world.


Globemon

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App: Global
Type: Social
Attacks: Ultimate Search, Glanz Gazer, Schwert Cutter

An Appmon with the ability to perceive and analyze information from all angles. It possesses remarkable analysis capabilities, and is able to infer from the target's actions so quickly that it appears to predict the future.


Oujamon

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App: Combat
Type: Game
Attacks: Golden Fang, Flame Straight

A proud warrior that lives for battle. It has a righteous heart, and will crush the strong while helping the weak; its purpose in life is to defeat strong foes in battle using the numerous martial arts techniques it has acquired.


Revivemon

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App: Restoration
Type: System
Attacks: Savior Strahl, Wunder Genesis

An Appmon with the ability of Restoration. No matter how badly destroyed the data, as long as even a single fragment of it remains, Revivemon is capable of restoring it back to its original state.


Sateramon

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An Appmon with the ability to access GPS satellites. By obtaining detailed information on its target's whereabouts, it is able to launch attacks that will never miss their target.


Shutmon

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App: Forced Termination
Type: Tool
Attacks: Scissors Black, Luna Impulse

An Appmon with the ability to forcibly terminate the activity of those cut with its scissors. The parts that have been cut at cease to function, and lose all sensation.


  • Blade Below the Shoulder: It wields two wrist-mounted scissor blades.
  • Dual Wielding: It has two wrist-mounted blades and two more swords strapped to its back to use in its Luna Impulse attack.
  • Shear Menace: All of its weapons are scissor blades that cause whatever they cut to stop working entirely, including body parts.
  • Wolf Man: A purple anthropomorphic wolf.

Warudamon

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A perfectionist tactician. Well-versed in trickery and evil schemes, it is prepared to use any means necessary to accomplish its strategies.


    God Grade Appmon 

Tropes that apply to most or all God Grade Appmon:

  • Color-Coded Characters: Each has a secondary highlight color in addition to gold. For Gaiamon, Hadesmon, Poseidomon, and Rebootmon these take the form of Tron Lines.
  • Gold and White Are Divine: All of them except for Deusmon and Rebootmon are mostly white with lots of gold highlights.
  • Physical God: The God Grade isn't just a name. Each Appmon of this represents and has power over some aspect of the world.
  • Religious and Mythological Theme Naming: All except for Rebootmon have mythical-themed names. Deusmon is named after the concept of godhood and the other four are named after ancient Greek gods and protogenoi.
  • Sigil Spam: Each one has a ring on its back shaped like the symbol on its Appmon Chip.

Deusmon

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App: Almighty
Type: God
Attacks: Initial Zero, Code: Origin

The most fearsome mechanical god who brings about the end. It has the ability to seize the consciousnesses of all App lifeforms, destroying them completely and incorporating them into a part of itself.


Gaiamon

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App: Creation
Type: God
Attacks: Ultimate Adamas, Imagine Maar

The God of creation that gained wisdom of the world. Having learnt greatly from the knowledge on the Net and the hearts of the people, it has the ability to create not only inorganic matter, but occasionally even life.


Hadesmon

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App: Change
Type: God
Attacks: Hell Kakia, Melan-Explode

The king of the underworld who governs over destruction and regeneration. It possesses the ability to change physical matter or data according to its will, and is capable of even altering or controlling vast expanses of space.


  • Our Centaurs Are Different: Hadesmon is a massive, heavily-armored dragon-centaur, bearing a strong resemblance to Revivemon.
  • Morphic Resonance: It bears a strong resemblance to Revivemon. Its head looks almost exactly the same barring the color change and the armor around its forelegs resembles Revivemon's Belly Mouth.
  • Purple Is Powerful: It can "hack" matter just as easily as data and it has purple highlights on its armor. Its Melan-Explode ability even has it attack with purple energy.
  • Reality Warper: Its Hell Kakia ability lets it use its tail to "hack" matter and data into any configuration it wants over a potentially massive area.

Ouranosmon

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App: Awakening
Type: God
Attacks: Astral Eruption, Halo Halo

The great emperor of the skies who leads the way to freedom. The dazzling halos it fires awaken the true abilities of those who lay their eyes upon them. It is intangible like a cloud.


  • Cumulonemesis: Downplayed. Its body is a storm cloud with arms and a sun-shaped head attached.
  • The Face of the Sun: Its head is one of these, grafted onto a storm cloud that forms its torso.
  • Magic Missile Storm: Its Astral Eruption is one of these fired from its arms.

Poseidomon

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App: Invincible
Type: God
Attacks: Trident Fall, Kaiteishoudanote 

The supreme ruler of the rough seas. The tides it creates boast impenetrable defense, barring all but those it grants exception to from entering.


  • Heavenly Blue: Has blue highlights on its armor to go with its oceanic motif.
  • Making a Splash: It can create whirlpools with its trident.
  • Prongs of Poseidon: Wields a trident, just like its mythical inspiration. It uses said trident to create whirlpools.
  • Shaping Your Attacks: Its Kaiteishouda attack creates giant hands made of energy to block incoming attacks.

Rebootmon

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App: Reboot
Type: God
Attacks: Reficior, Horizontal Flare, Eclipse Eraser

The God of Revolution who governs over the beginning and the end. Due to it possessing the Reboot ability which allows it to reset the target's status, including any damage the target has taken, it is essentially an immortal being.


  • Arm Cannon: It has a cannon on its right arm.
  • Blade Below the Shoulder: Its left arm is a sword that it uses for its Eclipse Eraser attack.
  • Morphic Resonance: It has Bootmon's armor and Shutmon's fur.
  • Mythology Gag: Its armor and weapons give it a resemblance to Omegamon of the main Digimon franchise. The helmet also somewhat resembles Susanoomon's, Susanoomon being a Digimon responsible for ending an old world to usher in a new one similar to how Rebootmon is stated to govern over the beginning and the end.
  • Odd Name Out: The only one whose name doesn't have a divine motif.

    Unknown Grade Appmon 

Dantemon

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App: Open
Type: None
Attacks: Unknown

A miraculous Appmon that appears when all the Seven Code Appmon are collected.


  • All Your Powers Combined: It appears when all seven of the Seven Code Appmon assemble. It also has lights on its armor corresponding to each.
  • BFS: Carries a massive sword on its back.
  • Numerological Motif: Seven due to its association with the Seven Code Appmon. It has seven glowing orbs on its armor corresponding to the seven Appmon types and it has 77777 power.
  • Tron Lines: Has these in different colors on different parts of its body, each corresponding to a different Appmon type.

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