YouTube is launching on the Nintendo Switch today. It becomes just the second major video app to be released on the console since the Switch hit shelves in March 2017. (Hulu led the way last November.) YouTube can be downloaded for free from the Nintendo eShop.
The app is exactly what you’d expect, offering access to the platform’s endless selection of videos. And YouTube also points out that the Switch version fully supports 360 videos. You can control YouTube with the Switch’s left joystick and main buttons. And the touchscreen works in handheld mode, which will make searching for videos and tapping into them a lot easier and more akin to your standard phone/tablet experience. Hulu still lacks touchscreen support.
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