Last but certainly not least of your streaming app options on the Nintendo Switch is YouTube, a service that doesn’t really need an in-depth explanation as far as regular internet users go. The video platform is a huge resource of all types of entertainment content, may it be music, TV, movies, or even games.
Browsing through YouTube’s giant library of clips doesn’t cost a thing and you don’t even require an account to do it. However, if you do have one, it’s best to log into it on your console so you can keep yourself updated on the channels you’ve subscribed to and get a more personalized list of video recommendations that are relevant to your past activity on the platform. Those who want to make the investment in ad-free viewing can pay for a YouTube Premium subscription that costs $11.99 per month and includes a three-month free trial as well as access to YouTube Music.