The latest system update includes new user icons and makes downloading pre-purchased software easier than before.
The Switch Parental Controls app - allowing users to access Parental Controls for their console - has been updated to v1.5 on iOS (and presumably soon to Android).
Using the Nintendo Switch Parental Controls app, add specific software titles to your whitelist to exclude them from the console's Parental Controls Restricted Software setting.
Still on Parental Controls, Nintendo has changed the default method for typing Parental Controls PIN. Nintendo has been hugely supportive of bringing independent releases to the Nintendo Switch console, and this partnership will mean even more wonderful games are released on the platform.
Man tries to stop hit and run with a sledgehammer
Miami police said there were no injuries at the scene and despite the man's attempt to flee he was taken into custody. The men were intent on detaining the driver because he is accused of causing this wreck, involving several vehicles.
QB Kirk Cousins says farewell to Washington Redskins
In the last three seasons, Cousins threw for an average of 4,392 yards with a total of 81 touchdowns and 36 interceptions. Cousins, the hottest commodity on the market this offseason, will likely end up being the highest-paid player in the NFL.
Earlier this week, Nintendo announced that Undertale was coming to Nintendo Switch.
The Controllers menu has also been updated to display the grip colors of your Pro Controller.
Version 5.0.0 is automatically downloaded by consoles connected to the internet, so users do not need to worry about looking for the update.
This time, it appears to be either a leak or an unintentional mistake by Nintendo where they accidentally listed a different firmware update in the patch notes. Be sure to save any game progress before you continue.