Gamers can now be entertained by millions of YouTube videos on the PS Vita's 5" OLED screen.
This follows a string of non-gaming specific apps that have recently launched on Sony's premier mobile gaming device, such as Skype, Nico Nico, Treasure Park, Paint Park and Wake up Club.
All-encompassing Multimedia device....almost
Based on TechRadar's review of the PS Vita, Flash and HTML 5 weren't supported upon the device's launch, but Flash was said to arrive soon.
We reached out to Sony Computer Entertainment America to see if updates were made for Flash and HTML 5 but have not received a response.
The free app can be downloaded through the PlayStation Vita Store.
Stay tuned for more up-to-the-minute Sony PlayStation news with TechRadar's coverage of E3 2012.
Via PlayStation Blog
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