It was developed by Czech developer Filip Nmeek and is available for download on both Apple and Android devices. The mobile app helps to speed up the process by which Switch players can export images from the console. A press release from Nmeek states that he was “frustrated by the clumsy process” involved in transferring images from his Switch to his phone and that he decided to develop the app as a result of his frustration.
In order to save your most recent screengrabs to other devices, the Nintendo handheld has its own method of doing so. Your choices are either transferring the images from your Switch’s micro SD card to your computer and selecting them from there, or scanning a QR code on your Switch and individually saving the images that you require. It’s safe to say that these could be made more efficient and effective.
Although SwitchBuddy isn’t a game-changer in and of itself, it does make the entire process a little less stressful. While players will still be required to scan a QR code in order to access their screenshots, you will be shown every screenshot and video on your Switch, with users being prompted to select everything they wish to have transferred.
The iOS version of the app includes additional functionality that allows users to transfer screenshots directly to their iCloud accounts, in addition to allowing them to save images directly to their devices.
Aside from that, Nintendo recently revealed the best-selling independent games on the Switch from now until the end of the year in question. Despite the fact that it is not ranked, the list contains a diverse selection of must-play indie games, such as Spelunky 2, Axiom Verge 2, and Unpacking, among others.
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