Sony Corp. this week the Music Unlimited service is now available for the Playstation Vita.
With the service, users can cache playlists and channels when a Wi-Fi or 3G service is unavailable. Music Unlimited can be accessed from other devices including mobile and home products.
“PS Vita’s incredible processing power and media capabilities enabled us to offer a powerful mobile listening entertainment experience to consumers, giving them access to the music they want wherever they are,” said Tim Schaaff, President of Sony Network Entertainment.
“Adding PS Vita to Sony Entertainment Network’s ecosystem gives users another choice of where and how to access their games, music and video, offering a truly personalized entertainment experience.”
Sony in Feb said sales of the Playstation Vita handheld have reached 1.2 million units at global retail.
The hardware launched Feb. 22 in the U.S., Latin America, Europe and PAL territories.
It had previously sold more than 500,000 units post launch in Japan, Hong Kong, Taiwan and South Korea.
In addition, PS Vita software sales have totaled two million units worldwide at retail and the Playstation Network.
The PS Vita is sold in a Wi-Fi SKU at $249.99 and a 3G SKU at $299.99.