Sony releases PlayStation Mobile SDK to the public

Great move, Sony. The company today released the public version of the PlayStation Mobile SDK, allowing independent developers to create content for the Vita, PS3, and other certified devices, and sell them on the PlayStation Store.

For the annual cost of $99, developers can create apps for the Vita, PS3, PSP, and PlayStation Certified Android devices. Sony is also offering development support to the community.

Although it’s a move that Sony should’ve made earlier (like, say, closer to the Vita’s launch), it’s still a great one. Surely this will get more developer and consumer support behind the Vita and help to boost sales.

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