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Sony is releasing a new update for the PlayStation Vita later today (v.2.10) that introduces several new features, chief among them the option to organize apps more easily through folders.

According to an update on the PlayStation Blog, the v.2.10 update’s folders can hold up to 10 apps. The update does not change the PS Vita’s 100-app limitation, however—even with the folders.

The v.210 update will also add browser-based video support (though a memory card is required, and not all video types will be supported), increase the email client’s functionality, and a “Mute Automatically” option so that unplugging headphones from the PS Vita automatically phases music and mutes the the speakers (instead of switching to external sound).

The last PS Vita firmware update—2.06, the current version—came March 12 and improved system stability.

PS Vita Software Update v2.10 Coming Later Today

By | 04/9/2013 02:27 PM PT

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Sony is releasing a new update for the PlayStation Vita later today (v.2.10) that introduces several new features, chief among them the option to organize apps more easily through folders.

According to an update on the PlayStation Blog, the v.2.10 update’s folders can hold up to 10 apps. The update does not change the PS Vita’s 100-app limitation, however—even with the folders.

The v.210 update will also add browser-based video support (though a memory card is required, and not all video types will be supported), increase the email client’s functionality, and a “Mute Automatically” option so that unplugging headphones from the PS Vita automatically phases music and mutes the the speakers (instead of switching to external sound).

The last PS Vita firmware update—2.06, the current version—came March 12 and improved system stability.

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