In the latest Nintendo Download email, the company revealed that the official Hulu app will be released via the Switch's eShop later this week. "You'll be able to enjoy both our traditional on-demand subscription as well as our Hulu with Live TV plan and watch live and on-demand programming from more than 50 of the top news, sports and entertainment channels". To them, I say, what about the promise of the Switch, where you can undock the device and walk around using it? We can only assume and hope that Netflix will be next on the list.
Fils-Aime reiterated those thoughts to Kotaku last month, stating that video streaming services are going to come would come to Switch "in due time". So far, we have not heard a peep about YouTube or Netflix coming to Switch, but today Nintendo slipped us a tiny morsel of hope.
Nintendo Switch finally has a prominent streaming-video application. This isn't some weird smartphone port with most of the game replaced with some free-to-play mechanics.
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Siri promises to lend an assist too, if you bark out a command along the lines of,"Hey Siri, send $25 to Sam for movie tickets". There's no fee for debit card transactions, while an "industry standard" fee will apply for money funded with credit cards.
"We built the Nintendo Switch to be a world-class gaming device, meaning we want you first and foremost to play games on the system and have an incredibly fun experience", Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime told The Washington Post back in March.
This will be the first streaming service on the console and no doubt more will follow. "And that will continue to be our focus into the future as we continue driving this platform". However, they also now offer the $39.99 Live TV plan that gets you access to all the networks that Irving mentioned in his statement above.
The Switch console has been in the market for eight months now and has seen tremendous sales.
While this is now just a prediction, the Nintendo Switch has been hugely successful since launching earlier this year.