System update brings PlayStation Plus to Vita

Vita owners can now have access to the PlayStation Plus service courtesy of the Vita firmware update 2.0.

Sony previously announced that the service would be coming to the handheld and the addition forms one of several enhancements arriving with this system upgrade.

The update adds the ability to use the web browser in-game and the addition of wireless PC synching will enable players to transfer content between the handheld and the PC using Wi-FI.

Console gamers can now transfer folders from a PlayStation 3 or a PC to the Vita system and the upgrade also features enhancements to a range of Vita applications.

An Email app has now been added to the home screen of the handheld and the Maps application now able to showcase weather information.

Meanwhile, Turkish is now a optional system language and players can now select how they wish to be alerted regarding the type of notification.

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