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Nintendo Switch Online
Android Police coverage: Nintendo Switch Online app shows up on the Play Store, but it doesn’t work yet
The Nintendo Switch Online app is Nintendo’s try at an online service for the Nintendo Switch that allows players to communicate, but instead of building it into the Switch, it is actually a separate app for your Android device. So far it only works with one game, Splatoon 2, and the functionality leaves a lot to be desired. Sure you can communicate with your friends as long as they are already in your friends list, but if you use a headset, you will have no way to hear the in-game sound unless you use an audio splitter. Nintendo Switch Online is at least available for free, but by next year Nintendo is expected to be charging for what is so far a useless service.
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.
BlackBerry WorkLife Persona
Android Police coverage: BlackBerry’s WorkLife Persona app makes it easier to use your own device for work [APK Download]
BlackBerry WorkLife Persona is something of an interesting corporate app. It allows you to have a work profile for your device that is not tied to a different SIM. This way you