|Developer(s)||Sony Computer Entertainment|
|Initial release||October 20, 2011 (Private Beta)
April 19, 2012 (Open Beta)
October 3, 2012 (Public Release)
November 20, 2012 (SDK Release)
|Stable release||1.11 / 22nd April 2013|
|Operating system||Android, PlayStation Vita|
PlayStation Mobile (formerly PlayStation Suite) is a software framework used to provide downloadable PlayStation content for devices that meet PlayStation Certified requirements. Currently, this includes devices that both run Android 2.3 and meet specific unannounced hardware requirements, and the PlayStation Vita. PlayStation Mobile is based on the Mono platform.
The Open Beta was released on April 19, 2012. PlayStation Mobile opened in the United States, Japan, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Australia on October 3, 2012. Sony states that Playstation Mobile support will continue to be rolled out to more countries over time. It has also been stated that Playstation Network Trophy integration is being worked on
On 8th of May 2013 Sony announced that the publisher license fee of €80/£65/$99 would be waived in an attempt to entice more developers to create games for the service.
The games released under PlayStation Mobile are available to devices via the PlayStation Store, allowing players to download the titles to their devices. Games released under the program may have the Dualshock controls overlaid on top of the touchscreen, however for devices which have analog buttons such as the PlayStation Vita and Sony Ericsson Xperia Play, the controls are mapped directly to them. Developers can also make purely touch screen games, if they so choose.
Currently, there are more than 70 games available on the service.
PlayStation Certified 
To ensure that Android devices run PlayStation Mobile content correctly, Sony has created a set of guidelines and requirements for hardware known as PlayStation Certified. The first certified device was the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play. The PlayStation Vita also has access to PlayStation Mobile. In a November 2011 update, the previously released Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc, and Sony Ericsson Xperia acro became PlayStation Certified. The Sony Xperia S, Xperia ion and Sony Tablets are also PlayStation Certified.
HTC was the first non-Sony manufacturing company revealed to offer PlayStation Certified devices. The HTC One series handsets will be supported, noted models include HTC One X, HTC One S, HTC One V, HTC One XL, HTC One X+ and the HTC Evo 4G LTE . At Sony's 2012 Gamescom press conference, it was revealed that the WikiPad gaming tablet would also be PlayStation Certified and that ASUS will also create certified hardware. At Sony's Tokyo Game Show 2012 press conference, Fujitsu and Sharp were announced as two more partners.
A full list of Playstation Certified devices can be found on the Playstation Mobile download page
Runtime Package releases 
Release date (UTC)
April 22, 2013
December 19, 2012
October 3, 2012
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