If you have a shared computer in your household, then you know what it’s like to hand your Mac over to someone else regularly. To make the task of switching users a bit easier, you can put a button in your Control Center, menu bar, or both.
Here, we’ll show you how to add a switch for users in both spots on your Mac.
If you love playing games on your Nintendo Switch as much as I do, then you probably already know about the handy screenshot feature. Maybe you capture shots of high scores or levels you’ve tackled. And while it’s great you have an album to see all your screenshots, maybe you’d like to do a bit more with them.
You might want to post those awesome gaming moments on social media. You may want to brag to a pal that you got further in the game than they did. Or, you might even want to help a friend who is new to a game by showing them how to do something.
Whatever the reason, you can take those Nintendo Switch screenshots and plop them right onto your iPhone. From there you can send, share, post, or do whatever you like with them. Here’s how it’s done.
Switch Control is a helpful accessibility feature on Mac. It lets you connect an adaptive device and then interact by entering text, selecting items, and controlling your Mac.
If you want to use Switch Control for you or someone you share your computer with, this tutorial shows you how to enable and customize Switch Control on Mac.
Some games are just easier or more fun to play with a controller. And if you happen to own a Nintendo Switch, you can use the Joy-Con controllers from it to play games on your Mac. You can take them out of the Switch, connect them to Mac, and then pop them into the Joy-Con Grip in just a few minutes.
This tutorial shows you how to connect your Joy-Con controllers to your Mac so the gaming can begin!
Two Apple Arcade exclusives are now available on other platforms: UsTwo's "Assemble With Care" is now available for Windows PCs via Steam while Capcom's "Shinsekai Into the Depths" is also available on Nintendo's Switch console. More titles are hitting consoles and PCs soon.