If you often find yourself trying to pull up information about your PlayStation Network account, you’ll be pleased to know there’s a new, expanded option for conducting all PSN business in your browser. It’s called My PlayStation, and you can check it out starting today.
My PlayStation lets you connect with other players on your PC, Mac, smartphones, and other mobile devices when you can’t get to your system. 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.
You can use My PlayStation on browsers running on Windows 10, MacOS 10, iOS 10, and Android 5 or above. If you’re curious about how it works, you can give it a try now by visiting here. It seems like a much more intuitive experience than the rudimentary functionality that was previously available for PlayStation Network users.
Sony says there are additional features being added in the future, so we’ll have to keep checking the site to see what ends up being added.