How can you watch YouTube on the Nintendo Switch? You could try a few different methods, but in my experience, none of them work very well. The reason I can’t seem to get YouTube to stream properly on the Switch is because of how YouTube is designed to stream its videos in such a way that they are “stuck” together when they reach their end, rather than being streamed continuously. This means that if you use one of these different methods to watch YouTube on the Switch, you’ll get a very slow-loading video, and that will ruin your gaming experience.
There are a couple of different ways that you can get YouTube to stream on the Nintendo Switch, but all of them fail for one reason or another. In the first place, your internet connection is going to be far too slow for this. In the second place, the quality of the videos being played on the Switch will be too low. The best option for now would be to stream the YouTube videos that you want to play from the computer to a portable media player like the iPhone. From there, you should be able to move the player around so that it’s able to get optimal streaming speed.
Unfortunately, this isn’t going to work for everyone.
For one thing, it’s difficult to find an iPhone with enough storage to support a full YouTube library. Secondly, if you’re on a dial-up connection, streaming a YouTube video is going to be almost impossible, because your internet connection won’t be fast enough to stream anything substantial. Fortunately, there are other options.
One option that you can consider is simply downloading the latest version of the YouTube video player, which can be found at the website linked below. You’ll need to have Adobe Flash installed on your PC, or you won’t be able to use this method. If you have the Flash plugin installed on your Internet Explorer browser, then this option will work fine. Otherwise, you will need to download and install the Flash plugin for your Safari or Firefox.