First announced at the Tokyo Game Show last month, the PS Vita’s Reader app has received a new Japanese trailer showing the features of the app. Reader will hit PS Vita in Japan sometime this month with over 3000 mangas ready for purchase, which can be read in both portrait and landscape mode, supporting touch screen and button support.
With Summer now officially over, what happened to Wake Up Club, Travel Bug, T@g and Imaginstruments on the PS Vita? Wake Up Club was first revealed back in April this year with a Summer release date, but still hasn’t been released in Europe or North America. Treasure Park, revealed along side Wake Up Club, was release back in early September but the other apps have yet to be released.
PS Vita owners in Europe will be getting yet another free app to their portable consoles this month, as Ecolibrium hits the PlayStation Store later today. Ecolibrium is an imaginative real-time eco-system simulator where the aim is to maintain harmony within your own created environment.
It looks like Sony has a real treat in store for PS Vita owners at Gamescom next week. An “anonymous” source reveals that Sony will be releasing a number of previously announced Apps for the PS Vita, including Wake Up Club, Travel Bug and Ecolibrium next week.
The Facebook App on the PS Vita has been updated with more features and functionality. The update, which is available to download now, adds search functionality, check-ins to places, and photo upload functionality to the app.
The YouTube App was released on the PS Vita last week, making millions of video clips available from the video sharing site. YouTube compatibility on the PS Vita was something that was lacking on the PS Vita since launch, especially since the device doesn’t support Adobe Flash. Here are our impressions of the app in its current state, and what can be improved.
If you downloaded the YouTube App from the PS Vita Store, you may have noticed that a patch for the app is already available. The zero-day patch updates the app to version v1.01 and addressed some bugs in the app and improves stability.
The YouTube App for the PS Vita was announced a while ago, but today is the day you finally get to download it. Sony has announced that the app will be available to download later today from the PlayStation Store for free. The app will let you watch, search and discover videos using Wi-fi or on the go using 3G.