Sony calls it quits on PlayStation Mobile for Android

Sony calls it quits on PlayStation Mobile for Android

Sony has officially confirmed it will no longer support the PlayStation Mobile for Android endeavor. Designed to bridge the game between PS Vita and Android gaming, the certification process will still run for devices powered by Android 4.4.2 and older. Anything newer, however, and Sony is not making any guarantees for quality of experience or support. Upcoming devices powered by Android L will not have access at all to the game front.

Sony via the Verge

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