YouTube is has finally landed on Nintendo Switch


Apparently, YouTube is coming to Nintendo Switch on November 8.

Of course, YouTube is not the most demanded video application by the community, as many users expect the landing of services such as Netflix, but the fact is that many users see large amounts of YouTube videos and various types of content on this platform, both streamers and everyone else. The app is apparently already appearing in the app store within the gaming console and is even included in the list of recommended apps.

Stay tuned to Shacknews for additional updates as we bring you everything we know about the YouTube on Nintendo Switch crisis - will it or won't it be on the system? It now appears YouTube will indeed be making its way to Switch this week.

A poster on the ResetEra forums is responsible for this alleged tidbit.

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When it came out in March 2017, Nintendo Switch launched with no streaming apps or options. People won't believe the level of sophistication and misdirection a simple "inspect element" job and a few clicks on Adobe Photoshop can lead to. First spotted by Twitter user NintendHOME, the information page for certain games on Nintendo's website says Google's service is coming to the hybrid console next week, on November 8.

He said: "In the case of the Switch, they were very focused at launch not on video-use cases, but on gaming cases, video was not a priority for them".

What do you think of the rumors suggesting the Nintendo Switch is getting a YouTube app this Thursday? Ultimately, though, it's fair to say the fact that the Switch still doesn't have its own YouTube app is ridiculous, especially considering its handheld nature makes it one of the most flawless devices to use the app on. What gives, Nintendo? Netflix?

While it seemed that was the final nail in the coffin for YouTube support on the Switch, the team at Switchbru refused to accept it.