Sony Releases Browser Version of PlayStation Network

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It's meant to be a different way to interact with your friends and the PlayStation community while you're away from your PlayStation 4.

Sony has just launched MyPlayStation which is a web interface for your PlayStation Network account that you can access online.

For instance, you can log into the PlayStation Network to view or edit your own PSN profile.

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My PlayStation is a sleek, easy-to-navigate site that grants full access to all the features you'd ever want to check on the go.

Sony fashions My PlayStation as "a new social destination on the web", which suggests that we'll see more capabilities added to it later. Much like Xbox's similar infrastructure across its mobile app and online options, you can use the social hub to find friends, edit your profile, view you and your friends' Trophies, send friend requests, accept friend requests, and send messages from within the browser and mobile app.

According to Sony, "My PlayStation" allows users to use PSN features such as search for friends, send a friend request, and send a message.

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The PlayStation Network mobile app is pretty darn awful, and it seems like Sony has finally owned up to that.

There's nothing here you couldn't already do via the PlayStation app, but it avoids you having to have that downloaded to your device.

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