The lights are on
Today at Sony's Keynote, the company gave a demonstration of its Playstation App.
The PlayStation App appears similar to Microsoft's Smartglass app. You can check updates on your friends, accept requests, and send messages. With PlayStation 4's focus on its social elements, the ability to take care of your business when away from your console is certainly a plus.
Shuhei Yoshida showed off some connectivity within games using the app. He drew different objects and was able to interact with a group of characters on-screen, who played with the things flicked to the screen..
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i want it
It wasn't touched on in article but it'll be so nice to manage the PS4 remotely while away by just using your phone. I think it's really cool how you can buy a game on your phone and send it home to PS4 to download while you're gone. Come home no updates just relax and play. Second screens are making next gen less of a graphics upgrade only and more of a life easier day making cozy quick breeze. I like breezes:)
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Sweet. Can't wait. Just got a new tablet. Should be awesome to use.
I'll give it a shot, but I hope it's more functional and logical than SmartGlass, which was cumbersome and pointless. If you wanted to find a way to do everything in a slower and more limited way on the Xbox 360, SmartGlass was there to do it.
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For those that don't like this its common sense really don't get it then. But for the rest of us this is cool, i'll have to check this out for sure Doods!!!!!!!!!!!!
But can I make purchases?