There's been quite a few complaints about the interface of the Nintendo Wii U console floating around the web since the console launched last year. Nintendo has heard your complaints, and is working hard to improve the console's interface.
Shigeru Miyamoto, pretty much the man when it comes to Nintendo, spoke with Time recently about the console. He talked about the interface of the system getting an update of some sort, saying: "we think that by this summer, the system is going to be very much improved over how it's performing currently."
He also talked about app testing being easier when they're released to the masses and then fixed, saying: "to understand how they're using those features and what they're doing as they're switching between them."
The plan is for Nintendo to have the update ready sometime this Spring, but no concrete release date for the update was given, chances are they don't have it ready yet.
"What we want to do is make sure that when we release it, that we address as many of the different opinions about how people would like to see the system improve as we can at once. We hope to cover a wide range of requests while simultaneously ensuring it's a very stable update to the system," said Miyamoto.