After months of waiting, Sony’s PlayStation Mobile (aka PlayStation store) is now finally live.
This is where you can download all the PlayStation mobile games for your Android phone, and just like with Google Play, it stores all your previous purchases. So in case you upgrade to a new device, you just need to log-in to PlayStation Mobile and you can then download all the PS mobile games you’ve bought in the past to your spanking brand new ‘droid.
Just note, though – this isn’t compatible with just any Android phone. Your ‘droid needs to be PlayStation certified. One fine example is the Sony (Ericsson) Xperia Play, or more popularly known as the PSP Phone. Here’s a rundown of the the complete list of Sony Mobile PlayStation-certified phones and tablets:
And Sony Mobile smartphone aren’t the only one’s PlayStation-certified. There are also several HTC ‘droids that made to the list too, including the newly launched HTC One X+. Check ‘em out below:
There is, however, a fine-print with these HTC goodies. “Details to be announced later on” is what’s printed after each of these HTC One Android phones. Don’t know exactly what that means, but if you’ve got one these ‘droids, feel free to try to install the PlayStation Mobile app and tell us how it goes for you.
Speaking of install, here’s how it’s done:
And that’s it! You’re done!
But don’t be surprised if you can’t download anything. The service is currently limited only to the US, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Australia and Japan.
Will it be made available in the Philippines?
You’re guess is as good as mine. Hopefully, it will be. We’ll all just have to wait and see.
Full story at The Verge.
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