The Nintendo Switch is an immensely popular console.
Actually, it's not the first time though that Nintendo Switch had an interest in adding some streaming support to its platform. But that could all change with the launch of YouTube for the Switch, which is purportedly scheduled to launch as soon as this week. Nintendo has since removed the listing, which was captured by tipster NintendoHOME and shared on Twitter. French-language website NintendHOME reports seeing YouTube app suggestions when scouring Nintendo's website for new games. The app is apparently already appearing in the app store within the gaming console and is even included in the list of recommended apps.
One of those missing apps is YouTube, but that's a gap that might be filled in the very near future: a few Switch users have spotted YouTube appearing in the "suggested" section of the Nintendo website, with an availability date of November 8. Surprisingly, it doesn't really function well for anything beyond that, thanks to a dearth of entertainment and media apps.
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You may soon be able to stream with YouTube app on the Nintendo Switch. Hopefully, having YouTube on Switch opens the door for other requested apps such as Netflix, Twitch etc. The app has languished in terms of video streaming services since its release, but that gap might finally be closing little by little. I'd probably make use of Netflix on the system if it were to become available though, especially if it can download episodes of shows or movies like the mobile phone and tablet versions do. That being said, both of those consoles also have Netflix, which the Switch still doesn't have for unexplained reasons.
A major streaming service like YouTube will certainly be welcomed on the platform.