Sony to Shutter PlayStation Mobile
Mar 11, 2015, 7:19 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Sony today indicated it will close up its PlayStation Mobile content store later this year. The platform was meant to provide the PlayStation Vita gaming handheld and select Android smartphones with access to older PlayStation games. The service never caught on with consumers. Sony will cease distributing content through the storefront on July 15. Existing users will be able to make in-app purchases and re-download their content through Sept. 10, after which the PlayStation Mobile app itself will no longer be available. Consumers who want to continue to access their content after Sept. 10 will need to authenticate their devices with Sony. Once users deactivate their device, they will no longer have access to their content.
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