Nintendo Switch Online

Nintendo Switch Online

By Nintendo Co., Ltd.

  • Category: Entertainment
  • Release Date: 2017-07-19
  • Current Version: 1.1.3
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 92.75 MB
  • Developer: Nintendo Co., Ltd.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 2.5
From 2,015 Ratings


The Nintendo Switch Online app is designed to help enhance your online gameplay experience on Nintendo Switch™. With this app, you can check game-specific services (e.g., SplatNet 2 for Splatoon 2), invite friends to play with you via social media, and use voice chat while gaming. ◆ Do you play Splatoon 2? If so, you can make use of the dedicated SplatNet 2 service! You can use SplatNet 2 to check all sorts of vital battle-related information, including match results, stages, and rankings! ◆ Inviting friends via social media You can invite friends to play with you in supported games via social media such as Facebook and Twitter. Of course, you can easily invite your Nintendo Switch friends, too! ◆ Using voice chat while gaming You can enjoy voice chat in different ways depending on the type of game you're playing. Chat with everyone in your room or split voice chat into teams and have it out head-to-head! *In order to use these services, a Nintendo Switch game compatible with this app is required. Splatoon 2 is compatible with this app. Attention: ● You can use the Nintendo Switch Online app for free until the paid subscription service launches in 2018. ● A persistent Internet connection is required to use this app. Cellular data may be used. ● A Nintendo Switch console, a Nintendo Account, and supported game are required. ● You must be at least 13 years or older to use this app. ● Your use of this app is subject to the Nintendo Account User Agreement, available at



  • Oh.

    By DJ seveeche
    As I downloaded the app, I noticed that it had 3 stars. I’m thinking “meh, it can’t be that bad.” 40seconds into using the app; my reaction, “oh.”10/10 disappoint.
  • You know what they say,

    By Jaylen Yancy
    Nintendo: 1 step forwards 3 steps back.
  • Why can you only buy things with master card and visa

    By Nay Nay 9512
    I was sooooo exited for the octo expansion but my mom dosent have a master card or visa she has another popular brand so I wasn’t able to buy it I am disappointed and very upset why can you only use master card and visa.
  • Chat needs to be included

    By FOXHOUNDblue
    This is 2018 for crying out loud. The switch should have chat included, especially when it becomes a paid service.
  • What good is it if we don’t play one game

    By master 👽
    The only game supported is splatoon no fortnight and any other games I could see this being useful to protect younger audiences with switches lack of mic but the rest of us would like to communicate in team moods
  • Integrate Chat

    By Ericphelan
    Fortnite has shown us that you can chat directly on the Switch.
  • I can’t log in

    By A big box of crayons
    I just got the app and I can’t even use it. For some reason It keeps saying the email or password is wrong, but when I type the same email and password into my switch it works. I have tried numerous attempts and carefully typing it in and it still doesn’t work. Idk what the problem is but this is a useless app if you can’t even get in. Plus ppl who don’t have splatoon won’t have any interest in it so u may wanna make a better app
  • Is a good idea but needs to expand to other games

    By Sangaropo
    This app is sort of good but this feature should have been built in the Nintendo switch in the first place. I do like how I can talk to my friends now with this app, but I’m annoyed that it can only work for splatoon 2. And new multiplayer games are coming out like fortnight and I hope Nintendo can upgrade this app so it can be more enjoyable
  • It is safer

    By Octo317
    I think it is safer than using a console but I do agree with her about listing to your fans
  • Really?

    By Kurokiba97
    For one of the biggest video game company, who has made many amazing and awesome games, I can’t believe they have such a big problem making games multiplayer. How hard is it to implant a “party option” or implant the voice chat into the switch itself? But I was willing to look pass it as long as this app worked well. Nope. This app was one of the most annoying thing I’ve ever used. I’m forced to stay on the app otherwise if I get a call or switch to messaging (to text back a friend) I get booted. And I’ll leave you with that before I rant on even more. (The game I was trying to setup multiplayer with my friend was splatoon 2)