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New Switch update introduces tweaks to parental controls and ability to add social media friends

Nintendo has been busy updating its Switch and the latest one adds a few handy features. One is letting parents operate PIN entry using the joystick and button instead of using an on-screen keyboard and then some titles can be whitelisted for play beyond of the console’s restricted software settings. It is now also easier to add Twitter and Facebook friends who have Nintendo Accounts linked to them. The console also gets 24 new Arms and Kirby user icons. And it will start downloading games you’ve purchased on your PC or phone even if the system is asleep. Version 5.0.0 will also let the system notify you when pre-ordered games have been unlocked and it fixes an issue with the Switch hiding some older play activity data.

Source: Engadget


PayPal is now a payment option for Nintendo eShop accounts

If you own a Nintendo Switch and use the Nintendo eShop, there’s now one more payment method you can use. PayPal just announced that the option will be available in select countries (including Canada) for funding Nintendo eShop accounts and buying games and other content on the Nintendo Switch. Aside from that, it can also be used on Nintendo’s official website to add funds for buying software for Nintendo 3DS, Wii U, and Nintendo Switch.

The other countries the PayPal payment option will be available for include: Japan, USA, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Switzerland, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, Estonia, Spain, Finland, France, UK, Greece, Croatia, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Latvia, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Sweden, Slovenia, and Slovakia.


Nintendo faces lawsuit for patent infringement over the Switch's controller design

Gamevice, a third-party hardware developer, believes Nintendo is ripping off its design and infringing on its patent rights with the Switch's Joy-Con controllers. The company filed its patent infringement complaint with the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California on Wednesday claiming the design of the controllers are too similar to their own Wikipad and Gamevice controller. The company wants Nintendo to stop production of the Switch and to pay for damages. 

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Nintendo Switch Online app goes live


The Nintendo Switch Online app was scheduled to come out on July 21st but the app is now available for download for both iOS and Android Switch users. There isn’t much to see at the moment since the first game it supports, Splatoon 2is coming out on Friday. When that launches, players will be able to use the app's voice chat feature with a special Splatoon hub. At the moment, though, it seems Nintendo is still working to stabilize the app's servers, which hopefully will help them avoid the fiasco during Pokèmon Go's launch. So don't be surprised if you can't log in yet. But when it does go fully live, you'll just need to sign in with your Nintendo account. 

Source: Polygon