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Netflix, Flickr and Twitter apps now available for Vita

Feb 22 // Dale North
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Many of you are unwrapping/charging/updating your brand new PS Vita systems right now. I'm happy for you!

Know that several of the Vita apps have just hit the PlayStation Store and are ready for download. They all require webpage-linked authorization, though that's relatively painless. Get those going in your download queue so you can do that obligatory first tweet from your Vita.

God help you if you've forgotten your Flick/Yahoo password as a pop-up page totally breaks the whole process.

Also, did anyone notice that the Apps icon for the PS Store looks like a Companion Cube?


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