It turns out the PlayStation group accepts there's insufficient informing administrations out there, so they have chosen to discharge their own one of a kind committed IM application. They call it PlayStation Messages for PC and it has quite recently propelled on the Google Play Store (it's likewise accessible for iOS).
In any case, this application isn't your commonplace informing center. It is intended to keep you connected with your PSN (PlayStation Network) companions, a component that was at that point accessible in the official PlayStation app. As indicated by the group, this is the most used help inside the PlayStation application, so they have chosen to make it independent assistance and give you fast access to your messages.
PlayStation Messages is straightforward, truly. The UI is isolated in 3 segments: Messages, Favorites, and Friends. Contacts can be recorded by online status or in order request. Beside basic instant messages, users can likewise convey voice clasps, stickers, and connections.
There's not much else to it, however, that is the great part about it. This should be unpredictable or supplant your Facebook Messenger, Skype, Google Hangouts or whatever it is you use. This application is for PlayStation gamers who should talk about their next button-crushing session. What's more, for that, it should work well indeed. Also, you don't generally have your PlayStation contacts included all your different administrations.
How to Install PlayStation Messages for PC:
- To get this amazing app on your PC, you'll be needing an Android Emulator. The good thing that we have a whole guide for this. Thus you can follow the link and grab the Best Android Emulator for yourself.
- However, you can skip the above step if you have already had one on your PC.
- Now to install this app, just open the Play Store on your Emulator. Fret not, every emulator has it installed, you just need to open it.
- Then Search for PlayStation Messages and click on Install.
- Open it from the App Drawer or the Home Screen.
But what do you guys think? Is there room in your phone for the PlayStation Messages app, or do you think there is no need for a dedicated app? Hit the comments and let us know