Sony Releases PlayStation Messages To The Play Store, Decouples It From The …

8 Dec 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Messaging your PlayStation friends just got a little easier.

When you tap the Messages tab in the PlayStation app, it launches PlayStation Messages. If a world filled with WhatsApp, WeChat, Snapchat and more isn’t enough, Sony has now given PlayStation 4 users a way of more fluidly communicating with one another.Sony announced on Tuesday that it has launched a new app called ‘PlayStation Messages,’ allowing PlayStation users to contact “friends in a quicker and easier way than ever before.” As its name suggests, the main feature of PlayStation Messages is straightforward: users can scroll through their PlayStation friends list to find those who are online and the ability to send photos, PlayStation-themed stickers, text and voice messages to an individual or those in a group chat.

The app itself keeps things very simple – it’s a straight up messaging app much like the ones you’re already used to, and it has stickers too, just like Facebook Messenger. This enables iOS and Android device owners to send and receive PSN messages just about anywhere with a cellular or wireless signal and its also optimized for the iPhone 6S Plus’ larger screen. In other PlayStation-related news, Sony Computer Entertainment revealed last month that the PS4 had surpassed 30.2 million units sold worldwide, as well as an announcement that a new in-ear headset would be available in early December for the console. If you’re looking to buy games from the PlayStation store or remotely connect to your PlayStation 4, you’ll still need to use the dedicated PlayStation app.

The separation does promise to bring more speed and convenience, as users will no longer have to wade through the information dense main app just to fire a one off message or to see which of your PSN friends are ready to party. It’s essentially in the case where you wish to remain just “gaming friends”, without providing them with additional information about yourself, such as your phone number, Facebook account, or Gmail account.

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