Parents, kiss your Switch goodbye. Already occupied by small children for their dose of Fortnite and (soon to be) Pokemon, now little critters have one more reason to never let the console go: YouTube has arrived.
The app becomes the first one available for Australians and New Zealanders that supports something other than playing games. Americans have had access to Hulu, which isn't as big as Netflix, Stan or Amazon Prime in Australia anyway.
The Switch YouTube app won't let you download videos or files for offline viewing, which is a bit of a shame for travellers. You'll need to use the JoyCons to scrub through most of the UI, although some touchscreen support is enabled for skipping backwards and forwards.
Lacking that offline support is a killer for long haul flights, although lately I've found the Switch has been vastly superior to dealing with the antiquated touchscreens on a 747. But the real question, Nintendo: when can I get AnimeLab on my Switch? I need to know.