The Nintendo Switch is one of today's most popular consoles and is by far the most popular handheld. Offering an excellent experience in the most varied situations.
However, since its release, it has caused a lot of mixed feelings in its fans. With a very interesting list of specs and a good screen, it left a "little taste" to users.
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For those who have, or have used, a Nintendo Switch is easy to understand the reasons for frustration. Not to mention the price of your games, the fact that it allows no use other than games, is frustrating to say the least.
A video game console as complete and versatile as Switch would have much to gain from more types of applications. For example, it would be an ideal tool for browsing YouTube or even watching shows / movies on Netflix. But no, it is not possible.
Soon you will be able to read comics on your Nintendo Switch!
However, not so long ago, it became possible to use the Hulu service. This is a service similar to Netflix, which is available in the United States. Recently some information leaks have emerged that suggested the arrival of YouTube and Netflix on Nintendo Switch, but nothing is confirmed to date.
But not everything is a mess with Nintendo's popular console. Your fans now have reason to smile. A trailer for a new application coming to Switch in November has been posted on YouTube.
The application is called InkyPen, and is a subscription service that makes available to users a vast portfolio of comics. With this application you can view your "little squares" in both portable and TV mode using one of the controls to control the interface.
According to io9, the catalog includes famous names such as Andrews McMeel, Dynamite, IDW, Les Humanoides Associes, Valiant, and more. But, not everything is a bed of roses, and in this service are missing the two biggest names in the world of comics. You will not have access to any editions published by DC or Marvel.
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