Sony PlayStation Mobile Now Available For HTC, Sony Xperia, and Other Certified Android Devices [Download]


For all you Android gamers out there, today is the day Sony’s PlayStation Mobile goes live — not only for their fledgling PlayStation Vita — but PS Mobile certified Android smartphones and tablets. Of course, Sony’s Xperia devices make up the majority of PlayStation certified Android devices with Fujitsu and Sharp finding themselves as the most recent PS Certified partners.

But, when it comes to the Android devices most likely to be found in your possession, you can download the PlayStation Mobile app directly from your PS certified HTC One X, HTC One S, and HTC One V. For now, let’s just take a look at the launch titles for PlayStation Mobile (new games will be added every Wednesday) and you can see if anything catches your eye.

Frederic – Resurrection of Music ($3.99)
Loot The Land ($3.99)
incurvio ($7.49)
Wipe! ($1.49)
Magic Arrows ($4.99)
Everbody’s Arcade (Free)
Underline ($2.79)
Nyoqix ($5.49)
Numblast ($2.99)
Super Crate Box ($3.49)
Aqua Kitty – Milk Mine Defender ($3.49)
Flick Hockey ($2.29)
Word Blocked ($1.99)
Rebel ($1.99)
Tractor Trails ($2.29)
Hungry Giraffe ($2.99)
Beats Slider ($0.79)
Fuel Tiracas ($0.49)
Twist Pilot ($3.49)
Samurai Beatdown ($0.99)
Beats Trellis ($0.79)

PlayStation Mobile app for PS certified Android devices: Download

Not too bad at all. Prices seem more than reasonable enough, right?. Remember, purchases are linked to your PSN ID which means download on one device, and play on all the others. Let’s hope Sony already has their cloud game saves incorporated on Android so you can easily pick up where you left not matter which device you happen to be gaming on.

[TheVerge | PSNStores]

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. Why is the name of the HTC One x under the One S and the One S name under the One X

    1. lol idk, it’s a fail.

  2. Why is this not working for the HTC EVO 4g LTE? It is the one x just a little better. This is not cool.

  3. guess my galaxy nexus is not certified…..FAIL…

  4. All these games suck so far so I’m fine w/o having it

  5. Why is the HTC EVO 4G LTE not supported? It’s essentially the same phone with a micro SD card slot in a different case. HTC has been continuous Dropping support for the new EVO. I swear if HTC doesn’t pull there head out of there ass soon this will be the last mistake I make with them. I’ve been a supporter of htc since the G1 days. Hell I even loved there windows phones. But it’s looking like they lost another customer.

  6. I have a lot of games from the ps1. Grandia ff7 and they are not showing on my xperia play. Guess its because they removed all ps1 games from everything except the vita. They need to make it widespread I mean I converted those games to my phone ad they run great. Here’s to Sony thinking again and bringing ps1 games back to the market for all games

  7. Phones and the texts underneath are not matching..

    First one is One-S then One-X and One-V should have been the correct order…

  8. HTC has the wrong name! Grrrrrrrrr failed!

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