TRIBUNNEWS.COM – Lack of streaming video player applications is often one of the obstacles for Nintendo Switch users.
But now, Google has released a YouTube app that was specifically designed for the Nintendo Switch console.
This application can be downloaded free of charge via the official Nintendo web site. There is no charge, users are simply signing in to My Nintendo account and then they can find this app on the Store Game Channel.
Through this application, Switch users can enjoy streaming video regardless of whether or not the access computer is connected to the TV.
While controlling the function, users must use the joy-con to select menus, search for video, etc. Because the touch screen works in this application is very limited.
YouTube for the Nintendo Switch is available from November 8th yesterday.
The presence of this video upload service first revealed several members of the forum who searched for games on the Nintendo website.
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Prior to releasing the YouTube Switch, console users had only at least two video streaming applications, namely Hulu and Niconico.
Since its release in March 2017, the Nintendo Switch console does not have a streaming video player application on its platform.
Hulu and Niconico were released only late in 2017. Cited by Engadget, Saturday (October 11, 2018), With the release of YouTube on the Change Console, it is anticipated to provide greater benefits to Google (the YouTube owner).
Since the Nintendo Switch has a large customer base, even sales are anticipated to beat PlayStation 4.
This article was broadcast on Kompas.com under the title "YouTube featured on the Nintendo Switch Console".