The streaming agency emailed its viewers this week stating that Nintendo will suspend all video streaming services on the Nintendo Wii such as Netflix. Together with the Nintendo Wii Shop station closing on January 30, 2019, this must come as no surprise. What this also means is, other streaming services like Hulu and Amazon Prime Video will not be available on the Nintendo Switch from January 31 either. Considering the Nintendo Wii first went on sale in 2006, it’s surprising that it’s been endorsed for this long.
Although with Nintendo’s current console, the Nintendo Switch being tremendously popular, the likes of Netflix are slow to reply. The hybrid lacks a Netflix program and it only acquired YouTube last week. Although Hulu and Niconico happen to be available, it is far from accessing the level of service that the Nintendo Wii received.
Nintendo Switch owners can now download the YouTube program via the Nintendo eShop right now at no charge. If you’re acquainted with YouTube on Android TV, you’ll be right at home with YouTube on the Nintendo Switch. Some noteworthy additions include the use of the Joy-Cons or the Nintendo Change Guru Controller to navigate its interface. Touchscreen support is restricted to video playback and also you can not swipe it either.
And yes it is possible to sign into to you Google accounts for complete access to subscriptions, history, playlists, and even purchased films. It is important to be aware that the Nintendo Switch YouTube program is 720p in handheld manner and 1080p in docked mode by means of a compatible screen.