PlayStation Vita News Update: 2.60 Software Released

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(Photo : REUTERS/Issei Kato) A customer plays a game on Sony Corp's PlayStation Vita (PS Vita) at an electronic store in Tokyo August 1, 2013. Sony Corp reported a higher than expected first-quarter operating profit on Thursday, boosted by strong sales of its flagship Xperia smartphones in Japan and rising shipments of image sensors to phone makers.

A new firmware update has been released for the PlayStation Vita, version 2.60. 

According to Playstation Lifestyle, the update allows users to easily upload and download saved data using online storage. Users can select the PlayStation Plus icon on the live Area screen for each application.

In order to access content from a Mac or PC, users will need to install the Content Manager Assistant for PlayStation software from Sony. Accessing content stored on other devices has been made simple. Users can select the connected device from a list and choose what content they want to access on their Vita.

Similarly, items have been added to the menu that appears when you press and hold the PlayStation button. A new section, called "Devices," has been added under Settings, and "Bluetooth Settings" has been added under "Devices." 

According to Sony, users should now find it easier to upload or download saved data via the PlayStation Network servers. Users can also customize the console's home screen trough the Vita's system 

Users can install the update via Wi-Fi, or by connecting the console to a PS3 or computer. 



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