on 01-06-2012 06:24 AM
Hi everyone! PS Vita was developed with the idea of creating and delivering compelling content for gamers. With the recent announcements of applications such as nico nico, Treasure Park, Wake-up Club, and Skype, we’re continuing to build out PS Vita’s portfolio of applications. Today, we’re very excited to announce the latest application addition to PS Vita – YouTube!
Coming at the end of June, YouTube will be available as a free downloadable application for PS Vita via the PS Vita Store. With the YouTube application on PS Vita, you can watch millions of YouTube videos on the stunning 5” OLED screen, from comedy to gaming tips to today’s viral trends. The YouTube application features many of the functions you’re already familiar with – you can easily search for videos, choose favorites and make comments, and your personal YouTube account is available right on your PS Vita.
on 01-06-2012 07:17 PM
I just hope it lets you play the 720p versions of stuff because everything uploaded lately seems to be very blocky. I think YouTube have screwed up the video encoding.
on 02-06-2012 02:41 PM
what so special about youtube? bah get netflix and lovefilm on it instead. (though I do have netflix but it is not official for europe)
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on 02-06-2012 04:08 PM
Nope, its bad news... horrible news.
This means HTML5 will not be on the vita and http://blog.eu.playstation.com/2012/06/01/youtube-
You can see many countries are excluded, such as mine.
I lol at this 250€ device that cannot even load a stupid video while my 100€ symbian phone can.
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