TVs apps for PlayStation 4
PS4 will launch with modest TV app selection

08 Nov 2013 | Rasmus Larsen |

The PlayStation 4 will launch next week with a modest line-up of TV entertainment apps. 13 apps will be available at launch, including Netflix, Hulu Plus, Amazon Instant Video, and Sony’s Unlimited services.

TV apps on PlayStation 4 at launch

The PlayStation launches in the US next Friday on November 15th. When you turn on your brand-new PS4 for the first time you can expect a launch-day software update that will add DVD and Blu-ray support. Besides that the PS4 will also come with 13 TV apps.

PlayStation 4


The list is not very extensive right now. Most of the popular services are included, and more will surely follow later. The only obvious omission is YouTube.

  • Amazon Instant Video
  • Crackle
  • Crunchyroll
  • EPIX
  • Hulu Plus
  • NBA Game Time
  • Netflix
  • NHL GameCenter LIVE
  • Redbox Instant
  • VUDU
  • YuppTV
  • Sony Music Unlimited
  • Sony Video Unlimited

    Sony says that the PlayStation4 will not support DLNA and mp3 at launch, but that it will be added in a later update together with 4K video output and other features. Learn more in the Ultimate PS4 FAQ.



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