Playstation Vita Firmware 2.00 Update Available To Download

Sony PS Vita News

The latest Playstation Vita update is now available to download worldwide. The latest firmware update is 2.00, which is usually a big update for new gaming consoles. The update includes a plethora of features and fixes for the Playstation Vita. In this update, the most notable features are the introduction of Playstation Plus for the Vita, an email application and the improvement of the web browser. Other features in the update should also receive a warm welcome among Vita owners.

The full list of features include:

PlayStation Network

  • PlayStation Plus is now supported.

“near”

  • The “near” application has been redesigned to improve its usability.

Browser

  • The display speed of Web pages has been improved.
  • You can now use a pointer to open links.
  • Support for HTML5 and JavaScript has been enhanced.
  • You can now tweet the currently displayed page.
  • You can now open the browser without pausing playing a game.

Content Manager

  • Usability has been improved.
  • You can now transfer data by connecting to a computer using Wi-Fi on the PS Vita system.
  • You can now copy an entire folder of photos and video to your PS Vita system from your PS3 system or your computer.

Maps

  • You can now display weather information on the map for areas where it is available.

Email

  • The Email application has been added. You can start the application from the home screen.

Settings

  • You can now set how you will be notified separately for each application and feature.
  • The number of applications you can control using the buttons on the PS Vita system has been increased.
  • [Disconnect Wi-Fi Connection Automatically] has been added as a feature under [Network] > [Wi-Fi Settings].
  • [Avatar], [Panel], [Online ID], [About Me] and [My Languages] under [PlayStation Network] > [Account Information] have been moved to the newly added category [Profile].
  • [Twitter] has been added as a feature under [PlayStation Network].
  • Turkish has been added as an option under [Language] > [System Language] and [Language] > [Input Languages] > [Keyboards / Add Terms].
  • [PlayStation Mobile] has been added as a feature under [System].

Games

  • [Assign Touchscreen] and [Assign Rear Touch Pad] have been added as features to [Controller Settings] in the PlayStation (PS one Classic) format software menu.
  • [Custom] has been added as an option under [Other Settings] > [Screen Mode] in the PlayStation (PS one Classic) format software menu.
  • You can now delete screenshots or songs created in PSP Game software.

PS Store

  • Some content now accepts pre-orders.

Friends

  • You can now display activities on the LiveArea screen for Friends. The LiveArea screen is displayed by flicking the screen up to let you communicate in real time with your friends.
  • You can now write a comment to send with a friend request.
  • You can now report an inappropriate message when you receive one with a friend request.
  • Tap Options > [Submit Grief Report] on the profile screen to report.

Group Messaging

  • More varieties of file formats (TIFF, BMP, GIF, PNG and MPO) are now supported as attachments to messages.

Trophies

  • When trophy information is automatically synchronized with PlayStation Network servers, it is now synchronized in the background. You can perform other operations during the synchronization.

Videos

  • You can now play a video with 1080 resolution.
  • You can now play the video in slow motion.
  • You can now skip chapters.
  • Closed caption is now supported.

Other

  • Screenshots are now saved in the background. You can perform other operations while saving the screenshot.
  • In the lists under Music and Videos, you can now scroll and display truncated title names to view the whole text.
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  • mangoman3000

    Dats really great wat SONY did,but wat we need now is those developers to come on board and start making major games…..wat happpen to html5 for the browser videos.

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