YouTube and Amazon already have applications for Wii U
Amazon today released the Instant video for Nintendo Wii U, which can be downloaded from the home screen or store eShop. Similarly, YouTube also unveiled its own app, which leverages the GamePad to more easily control the video you’ll see on TV.
The Amazon app offers access to 140,000 movies and TV episodes available for lease or purchase. Something similar and also offer Hulu Plus and Netflix, through their own applications for the console.
All Android exploit both forms of 6.2 pultadas the GamePad, to search or browse the videos before deploying them on the big screen.
Nintendo has made a great effort to show that the Wii U is not just about games, pushing this type of applications for consuming entertainment in the living room. Unfortunately in America we have the four options available, but gradually become more open alternative to view online video.Amazon, console, Nintendo, Streaming, video, Wii U, YouTube