Nintendo Switch Companion App Released for iOS

Nintendo Switch Companion App Released for iOS

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Nintendo Switch Online, a companion app for the new Nintendo Switch, has been released for iOS.

The Nintendo Switch Online app is designed to help enhance your online gameplay experience on Nintendo Switch. With this app, you can check game-specific services (e.g., SplatNet 2 for Splatoon 2), invite friends to play with you via social media, and use voice chat while gaming.

Features:
◆ Do you play Splatoon 2? If so, you can make use of the dedicated SplatNet 2 service! You can use SplatNet 2 to check all sorts of vital battle-related information, including match results, stages, and rankings!
◆ Inviting friends via social media: You can invite friends to play with you in supported games via social media such as Facebook and Twitter. Of course, you can easily invite your Nintendo Switch friends, too!
◆ Using voice chat while gaming: You can enjoy voice chat in different ways depending on the type of game you're playing. Chat with everyone in your room or split voice chat into teams and have it out head-to-head!

*In order to use these services, a Nintendo Switch game compatible with this app is required. Splatoon 2 is compatible with this app.

Notes:
● You can use the Nintendo Switch Online app for free until the paid subscription service launches in 2018.
● A persistent Internet connection is required to use this app. Cellular data may be used.
● A Nintendo Switch console, a Nintendo Account, and supported game are required.
● You must be at least 13 years or older to use this app.
● Your use of this app is subject to the Nintendo Account User Agreement, available at support.nintendo.com.

You can download Nintendo Switch Online from the App Store for free.

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D4xM4Nx - July 20, 2017 at 7:42am
Yep, components like NAND and RAM modules are being manufactured for the iPhone 8, some other big companies like LG had to supposedly downgrade some of their phones' specs due to this shortage.
Seka - July 19, 2017 at 6:32pm
Useless app when you can't find the Switch console anywhere because is sold out thank you to the incredible problems in Nintendo to implement efficient production and distribution plans ahead.
Durrr - July 19, 2017 at 9:33pm
Actually it's been proven that the main reason Nintendo is having production issues is because many of the parts required for the Switch are being shipped to Apple for the production of all of the new phones. So thank Apple.
Sheikh - July 20, 2017 at 4:09am
But how is Apple responsible? Production company is.
Durrr - July 20, 2017 at 9:00am
True. Production company should be banking in. Instead they're out of the product.
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