You may have seen a few rumors recently about YouTube coming to Switch on November 8th. Well, that rumor came true! You can go to the Nintendo eShop on your Switch right now and download YouTube for free. The Switch YouTube UI is the same as every other YouTube interface that you’d find on TVs and other consoles. You sign in the same way as on those apps, so have another device ready with YouTube and you shouldn’t have any issues with activation for the Switch.
YouTube came exactly one year after Hulu was released on Switch last November. It’s very possible that Hulu could’ve had an agreement with Nintendo to have Hulu as the exclusive media app on Switch for a year. It’s not confirmed but is completely possible.
You can see YouTube on the Nintendo eShop page, right here. Are you going to download or have already downloaded? Are you hoping for Netflix, Amazon, and other apps to follow YouTube’s footsteps? Let us know in the comments below.
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