However they make no mention of Moving Memo, the utility that allows users to create and share simple animations with friends. In its place they list instead Opera Browser (which goes without saying) and Pyoro.
Confusing? Yes. (Not least because Azurio and Pyoro are listed by IGN as Aquia and Bird & Beans, respectively.)
But such last-minute shuffling on Nintendo's part isn't unlikely. After all, we're sure they'd want to open with as strong a selection of launch titles as possible, while also saving some heavy hitters for later. Dr. Mario DSi, for example.
Oh, and you may or may not have noticed that I'm not putting quotation marks around the word launch anymore. That's because we now have confirmation that these programs will be available on April 5, right along with the console.
We're getting close now, folks!