Ever since the console launched on March 3rd, 2017, Switch owners have been asking for a Netflix app for the device.
We’ve seen a few streaming services release apps for the Switch, namely Hulu and YouTube, but Netflix – and indeed, some other notable services like Amazon Prime Video – are still nowhere to be seen.
What streaming services are on the switch?
Live TV Streaming Services
You can use Nintendo Switch to access Hulu Live TV. Unfortunately, AT&T TV NOW, fuboTV, Philo, Sling TV, and YouTube TV cannot be used with Nintendo Switch.
Does switch have streaming?
The Switch currently has a weird relationship with streaming services. You can watch Hulu and YouTube but Netflix is still curiously absent, despite being popular on past Nintendo consoles.
Is Netflix coming to the switch?
Back when the Switch launched in 2017, Netflix on Switch seemed a sure thing – it was already available on the Wii, Wii U and 3DS, after all. Nintendo president Reggie Fils-Aime said services from Netflix, Hulu and Amazon would “come in time”, but we’re now in 2019 and there’s still no sign of Netflix on Switch.
Does Nintendo switch have Hulu?
Best answer: Yes, Hulu works on the Nintendo Switch. The Switch supports the latest Hulu app, so you can use it to watch Hulu’s On Demand library and Live TV, along with every feature and add-on.
Can Nintendo switch play movies?
Sadly, the Nintendo Switch is pretty limited on video purchasing and streaming options. However, thanks to the YouTube app and Movies Anywhere, you can now play iTunes-purchased movies on Switch! Subscribe to the Nintendo Enthusiast channel for more videos like this!
Will Disney+ Be on switch?
Disney+ isn’t currently available on Nintendo Switch
However, the presentation further explained that only a few of these platforms would have access to the service at launch on Nov. 12, 2019. Unfortunately, Nintendo Switch was not one of these platforms.