PlayStation Vita handheld owners will be able to download a new firmware update today, adding a number of much-requested features from the community.
According to a post on the PlayStation Blog
, system software 3.10 will be increasing the application limit, now allowing you to show up to 500 app icons on the home screen - a major increase from the original 100 allowance. Though its unclear how you'd be able to fill up that many spots, its still nice to have options.
A content manager for memory cards has also been added, with Sony now allowing you to choose what to keep and what to delete. A voice messaging system has also made its way onto the system update, and with the PlayStation 4 also supporting this feature it will be cross-platform compatible.
A new calendar app, tweaks to the parental control system and additional small features like searching for music on a connected device and the ability to enter standby after 30 minutes of non-use have also been included. Check out the full patch notes
for the complete feature-rich update.
The update should become available when you attempt to connect your Vita to the PlayStation Network, but it may take a few hours to reach all territories once released.