Developer creates Nintendo Switch screenshot app for easier access


Czech developer Filip Němeček has created a built-in Nintendo Switch app called SwitchBuddy to make it easy to upload screenshots.

As reported by IGN, SwitchBuddy is available for both Apple and Android devices, and once downloaded, players will be able to scan a QR code in order to access their Switch screenshots, then they can select and transfer.

The app also allows gamers to save images directly to their device, the iOS version also offers the option to upload screenshots directly to the user’s iCloud account.

Němeček decided to create the app after being “frustrated with the awkward process” involved in transferring images from their Switch to their phone.

Credit: SwitchBuddy

Players who own a Nintendo Switch will know that the screenshot transfer feature can be tricky. Users can select them and transfer them to their console’s micro SD card, send them to their linked social media accounts, or scan a QR code on their Switch before saving them individually.

The app image shows a much more streamlined way to select and save images, showing them organized with a button to easily save them to their Apple or Android device.

Elsewhere, Atlus announced that Shin Megami Tensei V has exceeded 800,000 copies sold worldwide since its launch in November 2021. This milestone makes the game the most successful Shin megami tensei game in the series so far.

The game launched exclusively for Nintendo Switch on November 11, 2021. However, after the release, dataminers uncovered information pointing to a possible unannounced launch for PC and PS4.

Moreover, according to the artistic director of Halo: combat has evolved Marcus Lehto, the game was originally meant to have an open world environment.

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