VidZone available now

Posted By | On 16th, Sep. 2009 Under News | Follow This Author @GamingBoltTweet

About a week ago i posted a topic stating that the next PS3 firmware update will consist of VidZone, a new application that lets you browse and stream music videos on the PS3.

According to the official PlaystationNetwork site, its already out:

“Download the VidZone application from PlayStation Store and get access to thousands of free streaming music videos

The multimedia possibilities of PLAYSTATION 3 just grew even more expansive with the launch of VidZone, a music video service that lets you watch, pause and rewind thousands of top videos, and create unlimited playlists for any occasion.

When you download the free application, a VidZone icon will appear under [Music] on the PS3 Home Menu (XMB). From there, you’ll have unrestricted access to the VidZone music video library, which is updated regularly. The videos are streamed in fantastic quality and there’s no waiting around for downloads.

Creating playlists is a cinch and there’s no limit to how many you can create or how many tracks you can add. Thanks to the diversity of the videos available, you’ll find many different styles, so creating playlists for any social occasion is simple and fun.

In a nutshell, it’s like having your own personal music channel on your PS3.

When you’re on the move, you can access the entire VidZone service using Remote Play for PSP, providing you are within range of a Wireless Internet connection.

Download VidZone from PlayStation Store today and get free access to a world of music videos on your PS3.”


I myself couldn’t find time to turn on my PS3 today, if it is indeed true post in the comments belew, this feature looks great!


Apperantly Sony didn’t keep their promise of it being released, so for now they are saying it will be released June 11th…there must be a special reason for this being delayed, what do you think?

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