PS Vita Adds Folders In Latest Update
Published on Tuesday, 09 April 2013 11:30
The software update that is scheduled to be released later today will feature new improvements that will make your PS Vita experience much better, but also more organized. PlayStation even stated that they listened to all the feedback that they received pertaining to how they could improve the Vita experience. The inclusion of folders will let gamers organize their home screen to their own liking. Ten icons can be in each folder and a maximum of one hundred can be shown on the home screen. Below is a list of all the new features in the upcoming software update v.2.10:
- Create folders to more easily manage your favorite application icons on the home screen, with up to 10 icons in each folder and a maximum of 100 on the home screen (including icons inside the folders).
- Verify which PS Vita card you are using by looking at the home screen’s info bar. You can also save the layout of your home screen icons in the memory card.
- Added video support allows you to play videos within the browser (memory card required; some videos are not supported).
- New email enhancements allows you to view HTML messages, add multiple email addresses to your contacts, and easily search your messages using the new search feature.
- PlayStation Plus members will be able to automatically update PlayStation Mobile format software and upload game save data onto online storage using 3G connection.
- New “Mute Automatically” option will mute your PS Vita speakers when your headset is unplugged and pause your music when using the music app.
Via: PlayStation Blog
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