Sony has updated the PlayStation app for Android and iOS before releasing the PlayStation 5 on November 12. The application has been redesigned to have PS Store integration, voice chat, PS5 remote storage management and other functions. The company also shared a video on YouTube’s official PlayStation channel, which showed some features. It also integrates the PS Messages application that was once separate from the PlayStation application to provide a more seamless experience. The updated application is now available on the Play Store and App Store.
The new PlayStation app has a redesigned interface with a cleaner and simpler design. It allows you to connect, discover and control content on PlayStation 4 or PlayStation 5. Although most features can be used across platforms, such as connecting with friends, getting the latest news and downloading games, PS5 still has some unique features. . The updated PlayStation app allows you to remotely manage PS5 storage, as well as allow you to remotely log in and start games.
Talking about the features applicable to PS4 and PS5, users of the updated PlayStation app can use voice chat and send messages to PS Network friends. The messaging application is separate from the main PlayStation application, but the messaging experience has been improved and integrated into the main application. You can buy new versions, pre-order games, and view offers and discounts in the PlayStation Store. This application allows you to download games and accessories to PS4 or PS5.
In terms of design and aesthetics, there is a notification bar at the top, which includes a “party” tab and a “friends” tab. Notification and setting options are located directly below the notification bar. At the bottom, you will get a redesigned dock with “Play”, “Explore”, “PS Store”, “Game Library” and “Search” options.
The official PlayStation companion app is available for free on the Play Store and App Store. Of course, you will need a PlayStation Network account to log in and use the application.
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