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Nintendo Switch Parental Controls App Gives You Complete Control Of The Console

By   /   Jan 13, 2017

We all know the parents are very protective of their children and like to know about the activities they take part in. Video games have been very controversial as many believe that games make children violent and that is the reason that parents always like to know what video games children are playing. So to make things easy for parents Nintendo has introduced Nintendo Switch Parental Controls.

Nintendo Switch parental controls is an app that allows parents to monitor their child’s activity on Nintendo Switch. Using the app parents can limit the play time for their children or even can put the console in sleep mode. Parents can also set time limits for each day of the week.

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Using the app, parents can put restrictions based on the game’s rating and also on the social media interactions and online communities.

Nintendo has also announced the games that will be available for the console. These games include Skyrim, Legend Of Zelda Breath Of The Wild, Steep, Just Dance 2017 and more.

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Specs for the Nintendo Switch have also been revealed. The console will feature a 6.2 Inch multi-touch capacitive screen with a resolution of 1280×720. The console will have a 32 GB internal storage which can be expanded with a microSDXC card. These microSDXC cartridges will be called “Game Cards”.

The battery for Nintendo Switch will last for 6 hours, however, Nintendo has clarified that the battery life will depend on the game and usage conditions.

Nintendo Switch will launch on March 3, 2017, and will be priced at $299.99 in the US and the pre-orders for the console will start from January 21, 2017, in Japan.