Sony has a series of “companion” applications for their PlayStation system competing in the App Store to see which one works the worst. Not only because the direct access to the PlayStation Store of PlayStation is a simple web browser that crashes quite often, but also because it includes a messaging application that is almost totally useless. Well now comes the third, another application intended to occupy space in our device, intended for groups of users of PlayStation.
So Sony defines this new application:
PlayStation Communities are places where you can find players who have similar interests and preferences.
Within a Community, you can join parties and launch into games with other Community members, or talk about your shared interests.
· Find communities and join them.
· View the message of the day and the publications of other members on the wall of the community.
· Receive information about the activity in your communities through notifications of insertion of mobile devices. Insert notifications can be configured individually for each community.
By contrast, the communities of PlayStation Network are less popular than it may seem, the reality is that we usually play with our friends, and is that by contrast, the PlayStation 4 system facilitates these possibilities to the maximum and makes it look great. After using the application, we can see that it lacks the same lag and little optimization that the rest of Sony applications for iOS, however, have had the detail that is adapted to the screen of the iPhone 6, not the classic PlayStation to Manage our account. In short, you’ll have to try it out and decide for yourself if it’s really worth it, compatible with any device above iOS 8.0 and takes up 40MB of storage.
PlayStation Communities is a free download for iPhone and iPad available on the App Store.