Nintendo Switch Online MODDED 2022


Enhance your online experience on Nintendo Switch™!
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The Nintendo Switch Online app enhances your online gameplay experience on your Nintendo Switch™ system. With this app, you can access game-specific services, view your online friends, and use voice chat during online play—all of which allow you to get even more out of online play.

Note: A Nintendo Switch Online membership (sold separately) is required to use certain features of this app.

◆ Software with game-specific services:

 ・ Splatoon™ 3
   ・ Check the online status of friends playing Splatoon 3
   ・ View detailed results from battles or Salmon Run
   ・ Check the upcoming Stage Schedule

 ・ Animal Crossing™: New Horizons
   ・ Send custom designs made in Animal Crossing
    titles for the Nintendo 3DS™ family of systems to
    Animal Crossing: New Horizons
   ・ Use your smartphone to input chat messages
    for in-game communication
   ・ Check whether your Best Friends are online

 ・ Super Smash Bros.™ Ultimate
   ・ View posted videos and images
   ・ Queue up user-created stages for downloading to your game
   ・ View notifications about upcoming events

 ・ Splatoon™ 2
   ・ View detailed results from battles or Salmon Run
   ・ Check rankings and stage schedules

◆ View your online friends
You can see which of your friends are online from your smartphone—and which games they’re playing. You can even send friend requests right from the app!

Note: Some friend features, like adding friends, can only be accessed from a Nintendo Switch system.

◆ Use voice chat during online play
From this app, you can join in on voice chat while playing supported software online. By using the app, your voice-chat status will be automatically synced with the game status—and in games that support team battles, like Splatoon 3, you can choose to chat with just the players who are on your team.


● Nintendo Account age 13+ required to access some online features, including voice chat and social-networking services.
● Nintendo Switch Online membership (sold separately) required to use certain features.
● Nintendo Switch system and compatible Nintendo Switch software required to use voice chat and other features.
● Compatible smartphone required.
● Persistent Internet connection required.
● Data charges may apply.
● May include advertising.

Nintendo Switch Online is not available in all countries. Terms apply.
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40 comentarios en "Nintendo Switch Online MODDED 2022"

  1. A nice little companion app for the Nintendo Switch. If you don’t play games with online components (i.e. Splatoon, visiting friends in Animal Crossing), this may not do much for you. But if you do play such games, you may as well download it because it does have some cool stuff. You don’t need to bother with voice chat at all, though, use Discord instead.

  2. I love the Nintendo, But trying to change emails and passwords is hard! I’m having trouble trying to change my old email and I go to the help page. Nothing helps!! I’m trying to switch old email with my new one but I have to go through these steps and if I do, Nothing happens. It’s asking for more emails or passwords and there not saved on my phone or it just won’t let me change it. Can you please get this fixed? I just want to switch it, that’s all.

  3. Alyssa B dice:

    Ever since the new update, the animal crossing portion just loads forever, it never finishes. The other three miniapps seem to work fine and load in within a matter of seconds(i dont play them, so i dont know their full range of operation). I cant use the nook points, check my catalogue, or anything in it. It just loads and loads and loads and loads. I recently redownloaded the app, and that fixed it for a little, but now its doing it again. I only play animal crossing.

  4. This would be a lot better if it was on the switch itself and not with a separate app. It could also use a texting feature outside of animal crossing and maybe just texting to friends without it. It has a lot of potential, but it’s currently not reached good point.

  5. It does it’s job fine. I’ve never used the voice chat feature tho, so take that with a grain of salt. Anyway: there is a BUG with the new widget update. The Splatoon 3 widgets are super cool, and I’m glad they’re introducing them. However, on some aspect ratios, not all the information displays properly on the rotation schedule widget. Specifically, the 5×5 grid option for my app layout on my phone does not interact right with the widget. I hope this gets fixed in the next patch.

  6. For what it is, it works fine, and the only main issue I really have with it so far is that you have to be playing a game online before you can connect the voice call to your friends. That being said, this could have been avoided if controllers such as the Pro Controller supported microphone input and stream to the game audio into your headset like the built in Xbox voice chat does. This is subject to change, but there is definitely a lot of work to be put into to this

  7. An application that claims it’s meant for communicating with your Switch friends, but falls flat on that sole purpose. You can both use the app when playing the same game, but when it comes down to it, if you don’t have this individual on Discord, you can’t use the Switch app to message or call them, so it’s as good as worthless unless, by chance, both of you are playing the same game online and are also using the Switch app. It needs an option to message or call your Switch friends.

  8. I’ve downloaded a lot of awful apps in the past, but this is objectively the most useless app I’ve even downloaded. There are various apps that allows voice chat already, there could’ve been so many features that made this interesting. There could’ve been a feature that let us edit our profiles, check playtime and stats for certain games, and most importantly chat with or add friends when we don’t have our switches with us. This app is just…useless.

  9. Not how voice chat should have to be done, and useless otherwise. If you don’t play splatoon, or heck, even if you don’t have friends that play Mario party online, you’re kinda left out. A few games offer a wider variety of online chat options which can be useful, but I just don’t see why at the very least switch doesn’t take Bluetooth headsets and just save all the headache.

  10. It does what it says that it does. If you need an app that will let you chat with friends on a select few games, this will serve you well. Furthermore, the Splatoon specific service is fine, and the one coming out for smash looks like it will be nice. I do with that this app could let you do more however. Why can’t I add friends and send messages. Normally Nintendo is nice because they always include the small extra details. This app is very much the opposite of that. You aren’t getting extra

  11. I love using this app to communicate with friends while playing Smash Ultimate or Animal Crossing, but the latest update has a few some issues. After updating the app, as soon as I tried to open ACNH companion software the interface/buttons began to glitch, flicker, or even flash in and out of view. It was pretty strange, so I immediately closed the app and haven’t used it since. I’m not sure what could have caused this, but please fix it if you can.

  12. Desperately needs a overhaul and new features. This far into the Switch’s life, we should have been been able to message our friends, have game hubs, use voice chat from the console instead of the app, and over more features for a paid subscription. The Xbox app for example, has a ton of features in such a small package, and doesn’t even require Xbox Live Gold to get any real use out of.

  13. J B dice:

    Its pretty useful for animal crossing, so I can quickly search for items, turnip prices tracker is really helpful too! However, it won’t update my creator code no matter how many custom designs I’ve uploaded. It would be nice to be able to share it quickly with a screenshot of my passport instead of having to save it elsewhere and copy/paste every time.

  14. Mike Zoni dice:

    The soul reason I have this app is for the voice chat feature. Having tried to use it many times, I’ve found that immediately after trying to open voice chat, the app instantly crashes, and despite my efforts, there appears to be no fix. Very frustrating when one of the biggest functions of an app doesn’t work.

  15. The good: it works. The bad: this has no advantage over any other similar app out there. My biggest issue: if I actually decide to use the app for the 3 games it works on, I have to sacrifice game sound. I’ll stick with Discord until they add a native Switch voice chat and more bluetooth headset functionality. Its 2019… most of us hate limited functionality, over complication, and wires. These are all problems this app presents.

  16. Erin Yell dice:

    It’s okay. It’s not great, but it’s not the worst app out there. I appreciate the ability to type on my phone during play with friends in ACNH. However, it’s a little disappointing that the game won’t sync up with my island or encyclopedia/museum to show what bugs and fish I haven’t caught yet. Also, NookPoints are basically useless. There’s nothing new or exciting to redeem them for, so once you get all of the current items, there’s nothing else to get with them.

  17. The best way to enjoy animal crossing. the big feature I would like to see is that it auto syncs your switch photos to the app so that you don’t have to post the pictures to get them on your computer or phone. It’s always a multi-step ordeal just get screenshots or videos.

  18. Nintendo Switch Online as a whole clearly needs improvement, especially when the free online service that was on previous systems was just as good. Why do I have to use an app on a separate device to do somethin’ as simple as voice chat which can be added onto the Switch itself? You can’t add bluetooth mic support? A messaging system? Dedicated servers? Something? You have two obvious competitors to learn from, so there’s no excuse. I know no one’s perfect, but at least try doin’ better.

  19. The fact we have to use an app for party communication on a game console in this day and age is ridiculous. The app closes itself everytime I switch over to another application, such as responding to texts or checking email. Ridiculous. At least the voice chatting is clear and there’s no sound issues on the app’s end. There’s that.

  20. “The request contains an error.” is the bane of my existence. I was able to get IN to the app, but I’ve tried every combination of uninstalling, deleting data/cache, signing out of my account, setting up a Sign-In ID, setting up 2FA, etc etc. Nothing. It just doesn’t want to connect me and I can’t figure out why. I just wanted to scan Animal Crossing QR codes into my New Horizons island. Guess I’ll have to wait for an update.

  21. All the features of the app are things you could easily do by exchanging phone numbers and calling & texting, or Discord, or ANY number of apps and chat rooms you have on your phone ALREADY. This app doesn’t really add anything to the Switch, and the Switch is capable of providing all these features natively but Nintendo just won’t implement them. and the ONLY feature that MIGHT be useful is inviting friends to games, which often isnt there! THIS APP SHOULD NOT EXIST, ITS LITERALLY POINTLESS.

  22. Wish some of the games had achievements to challenge myself, and also challenge my friends who has the most gamer points. I also don’t use it to much because I rarely get notifications, and it is very empty, also there is nothing in there to see other people around the world showing pictures of there games and sharing there experiences. I hope you understand, thank you.

  23. I used this once to play Smash Bros with a friend, but every time we start a match, it just hangs up automatically and it doesn’t help that the audio quality is hot trash. I think this would be good with more improvements, but I’m just gonna say that a normal call or discord is better. The best part about this app is in Splatoon, it shows your stats.

  24. An unnecessary app taking up room on my phone that needlessly complicates voice chat, a feature that has been built into video game consoles since the Sega Dreamcast in 1998….that’s 20 years ago now. It also nly supports 7 games and NES online so far which is sad. If they just had native voice chat on the system pretty much all multiplayer games would have voice chat. I do find Splatnet to be a good feature. Being able to keep tabs on what maps are up and when salmon run is open is nice.

  25. Pointless. Unecessary application that requires more wires, work, and everything, just to use. They can simply install voicechat into their own games. It’s been done with other games. And it works fine. It may drain battery faster or warm your NS up on the dock, but it’ll save you money and stress. It’s not like the battery is that great anyways or the NS doesn’t already get really warm on the dock with most games and sounds like a mini jet. I have a fan for my NS, so I’m not bothered

  26. It works as intended, but that does not mean it’s good. the main feature is voice chat, but it only works for two games in the entire switch library! ignoring that, it’s incredibly cumbersome to have to use your phone to talk to others, whether you’re playing docked or mobile. The real kicker is that there are games on the console that use voice chat without the app! Fortnite for example can detect a USB headset and use that to talk to others. Just use Discord or something to talk to friends

  27. It’s really nice to be able to type out messages on Animal Crossing that show up on screen. It’s a million times easier than typing with the switch controllers. The voice feature however, cuts out a lot, we end up using another option when playing together.

  28. raichuian dice:

    To say the least, it’s worked for me. It can be slow and not all too fun to use, but for simple things, it does the job. Not many people use voice chat because it feels so tedious for reasons already mentioned, but the few times you meet people in a public match of Mario Kart, it can be enjoyable. The Animal Crossing portion of the app is what most people are using this for, and while I haven’t used it much, the QR Scanner and Chat worked fine. Worth a shot, but not required for Switch users.

  29. Coffee dice:

    It wasn’t giving me any problems before the August update, but now I sometimes can’t access ACNH on it, it just has the loading screen. Otherwise it works fine, but this is very inconvenient because I only use it for Animal Crossing. Please fix. Oct. edit: issue seems to have been fixed, I can now access ACNH port on here just fine. Thank you!

  30. mchubstin dice:

    The intention is to connect to other users with this but it’s already possible to connect through phone by calling. This feature should be revitalized and replaced with the channels from the switch like news or eshop, and an easier way to invite people to a game. Everytime I open this app, it feels unorganized and useless. It’s been over 4 years with this app and it doesn’t make it convenient to play games with friends. It adds more unnecessary steps. And why doesn’t the switch have themes yet?!

  31. This app was alright, until a mandatory update to it to include features for Smash (which I don’t intend to use at all, for the record) killed its compatibility for my android devices. This includes access via the emulator Bluestacks, which was the only thing making the app tolerable to use. Now I can only access it on my iPad, which is quite inconvenient and and limiting, especially when you consider that previously many of the features of NSO (access to Splatnet, report players etc) were either accessible online through a website or were native functions of the console. I dislike the model and the method of implementing some very simple features that should be accessible to everyone, at least to those with an internet connection and a computer. Very disappointed that Nintendo went this route and have not as of yet offered other options to access these features outside of mobile devices.

  32. So far, so good. I’d like to be able to send my gallery images from my Switch to this app for easier sharing. And voice chat should be integrated into most games (or the Switch itself) instead of this app. I can’t talk to the people I’m playing against unless I know them? Then what’s the point? Interface is nice but more features would be appreciated.

  33. I hate that it exists, but as it is, it’s not a bad app. It’s cool to access Splatoon stats away from the console, and now that voice chat w/ randoms is possible on MarioKart 8 DX and the like, it’s mildly useful. However, when I try to voice chat through my Droid Maxx 2, it kills all the audio on my phone, even outside of the app, and I can’t communicate at all. If that could be fixed, I’d probably rate it higher.

  34. If you want to talk to your friends over the game you’re better off using another app (or even phone call) that doesn’t cut out during loading (smash). If that was the only problem I would give it a better score but you can’t run this app in the background (they can’t hear you) which means your screen can’t be turned off. You literally can’t do anything with this app unless you’re in an online game just to talk. Feels like a solid beta because it’s mostly useless.

  35. They all doesn’t have in-game sound so it’s just the voice of your party, and it causes you to lag in game a TON, it’s becomes almost unplayable. Just call over the phone or over Snapchat, this is the worst possible solution to their problem. They need to integrate something into the switch itself and not have some crappy voice app the doesn’t work.

  36. I wish this app offered more in functionality. I also assume the decision to use voice chat with the app instead of the Switch was a way to save battery life, but it still makes things awkward. It just seems like this app was an afterthought. The dedicated game sections are neat, I suppose, but they need to support more of them, like Super Mario Maker 2. It has potential, just poor execution.

  37. Alright. I’ma be honest with you. It’s not that bad. Sure, you need your phone for voice chat, and the only games that support it are Splatoon 2, Smash Bros Ultimate, and Mario Tennis Aces(from what I’ve seen), and the only one to use it to it’s full capacity is really only Splatoon 2, but if you have NSO and play Splatoon 2, then you’ll probably want it. Overall, it could be better and support more online games, but it’s pretty good for getting a group of friends & playing Splatoon 2. 5/-7.

  38. Complete dissapointment. A feature as widely implemented as voice chat and Nintendo completely fails to do it gracefully. Most of the time the app doesn’t recognize when you enter a game, there are zero helpful hints and no way to ping the servers or search for a game. You just open and close the app hoping it figures out your already in a game. Takes some notes from your competitors and if your still stuck on having a separate app then at least make it usable like discord.

  39. As of writing this review, unless you’re really deep into Splatoon 2, I don’t think this app is very useful. It just doesn’t do much else aside from voice chat. Even then, if you really want voice chat for your games, you’re better off looking at Discord or another platform that’s less confusing about how to properly connect.

  40. There is really only one problem. when in voice chat with friends or other people. I hate that it disconnects and reconnects during load screens. it should just be a pure chat that doesn’t disconnect throughout the whole session. HOPEFULLY this gets patched. other than that would easily make this 5 stars. sound qaulity is not bad. interface is beautiful. Everything is there, but that connection issue. Thank You!

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