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Nintendo Has Come Out With A Mobile App on Android And iOS

The online side of the Nintendo Switch is finally being filled in. Nintendo has come out with a mobile app on Android and iOS that'll handle functionality like voice chat, game invites, and other features for certain games. A good portion of
Nintendo Switch's online capabilities requires the "Online" app.
Nintendo Switch Online will be free for the rest of the year. After that point, it'll cost $20 per year. Included in that fee is access to a set of classic Nintendo titles.
One of the first big games to work with the app is Splatoon 2, which arrives July 21.



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