Once you set how long your child may play, an alarm will sound once that limit is reached. Even if they get lost in the game and lose track of time, they'll know it's time for a break.
You can use Nintendo Switch Parental Controls to check that your
child is respecting agreed-upon time limits.
You can even turn "Suspend Software" feature on, so that the game automatically stops once the limit is reached.
With the report feature, you can tell in a single glance which games your child has been playing.
Aside from checking in on their day-to-day gaming, you can also receive monthly reports and push notifications.
You can find out what kinds of games currently capture your child's imagination.
The app makes it easy to restrict features based on your child's
You can even choose different settings for individual items.
A Nintendo Account is required for guardians (who must be at least 18 years old) to use the Nintendo Switch Parental Controls app.
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