Official PlayStation App coming to iPhone and Android handsets

Official PlayStation App coming to iPhone and Android handsets

Sony at its Playstation blog has announced that they will launch an official PlayStation App which will be available for iPhone and iPod Touch with OS 4 and above, and also for Android based handsets with minimum of 1.6 OS.

The PlayStation App will be free to download and will allow you to check out your PlayStation Network trophies, stay up to date with your friends’ games and online status, also to find out latest games, news and hardware for your PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3 and PSP, as well to read any incoming announcements from the official PlayStation blog. Of course it will has and social network features and will allow you to share  your favourite products or news with your friends on Facebook, Twitter or via e-mail.

First release of the official app version (1.0) will be available in UK, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, and The Netherlands. Unfortunately Sony didn’t reveal exact date, when the the app would be launched, but said that that they already working on the next version which will support most SCEE countries and languages and that they are planning “tons more features” for further versions.

Official PlayStation App for Android

Official PlayStation App for iPhone

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