A new system update for the PlayStation Vita–version 3.10 for those keeping count–has quintupled the amount of applications allowed on your home screen, up from 100 to 500.

Other updates include the ability to record voice messages, which can be used to whizz audio notes over to Vita and PlayStation 4 owners.


March looks pretty empty for this poor guy!

A new calendar application allows you to schedule events, sync with Google Calendar, and share invites with the Messages and Email applications.

The update also features a tweaked Parental Controls menu, alongside the option to more easily manage content stored on your memory card.

Sony has also detailed the other features that form the PlayStation Vita 3.10 system update:

  • Music: You will now be able to search for content saved on a connected device such as a PC.
  • Video: You’ll be able to now sort content by size.
  • Photo: Rotate Screen Automatically has been added to Photos to control tilt sensor for rotation of image, freeform has been added to the Panoramic mode selection list.
  • Settings: Adjust Daylight Saving Automatically has been added, and 30 minutes has been added in Enter Standby Mode Automatically.

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