There’s no way to grade YouTube. It is only YouTube, but on the Switch. The first time I tried it I was hanging with my friend, and she wanted to watch The Guy Who Doesn’t Like Musicals. I turned it on, but as I went to add subtitles, I learned there was a customization mode. I made the subtitles blood red with a neon pink highlight and in cursive. I found too much entertainment in that, but it made YouTube on the Switch exciting. Also, I do know that the customization of the fonts isn’t exclusive to the Switch, but it did make a great first impression.
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