Video Streaming Comes to Switch

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Nintendo confirmed (somewhat unceremoniously) that the app will be released via the eShop this week in its weekly "Nintendo Download" email.

If you're new to Hulu, your base Hulu subscription fee will be $7.99/month for the Limited Commercials plan or $11.99/month for the No Commercials plan, or starting at $39.99/month for a Hulu with Live TV plan.

The Hulu app for the Nintendo Switch, however, does not support touchscreen controls.

Netflix, Amazon Prime, YouTube, and other video streaming app may release their respective apps for the hybrid console soon, which would further expand the appeal of the Nintendo Switch. Firstly, users will need to have a US-registered Switch account, which isn't too hard to do as the console itself is region-free - hurray!

It's taken a while, but the Nintendo Switch is finally getting its first video streaming app: Hulu. After another strong quarter, the gaming company is now aiming to sell 14 million units by the time the console turns one year old (March 2018), that's up from 10 million it aimed for previously.

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For all of your upcoming holiday gatherings and long road trips, the Nintendo Switch system and the Nintendo 3DS family of systems are the flawless video game systems to keep you and your family entertained.

Although this version of Hulu doesn't have any new and exciting features, it's still remarkable, considering that it is the very first video streaming app that's available on the Nintendo Switch. With Hulu following Japan's NicoNico service, this could all be about to change as the console begins to expand its ecosystem to include other on-demand services. We will put in the investment and develop for the platform.

The Switch console has been in the market for eight months now and has seen tremendous sales. They have a free trial on offer, and returning customers can use either Hulu's live TV package or the traditional Hulu experience on the system.

Square Enix and Nintendo are now enjoying a mutually beneficial relationship with Nintendo Switch.