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Hacking the Nintendo Switch : Part III : Surfing the Web

Users can access both Facebook and Twitter through a specific workaround after setting up their profile accounts, by going into the User Settings and scrolling to the option that allows the user to post to social media, and linking your Facebook or Twitter account. Facebook is a little easier to navigate, so we used it for our tests, which you can see in the series of screenshots.

After clicking “Link” on the Facebook option, a page opens asking you to log in. At this point, you have two options. If you just want to browse different pages, you can click on any of the links at the bottom of the screen and browse from there. It is phenomenally difficult to do so, and the touch screen capabilities, without a cursor to help out, aren’t the best for casual scrolling.

Where the Switch and Facebook shines, however, is watching videos. We navigated to our website’s Facebook page and pulled up a video to see how the Switch would handle it. It prompts with a preview option, loading other videos you may be interested in at the bottom, and after clicking the screen again, the video starts playing.

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Nintendo Switch on the world wide web.

▶ Website: http://pmmix.com
▶ Youtube: http://youtube.com/pmmix
▶ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pmmix
▶ Video: http://youtu.be/TbFgph-fSR8

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