Sony Announces “My PlayStation” Social Destination for Browsers

Can’t get enough PlayStation goodness? Want to access your PSN profile and other things on your browser? If so, you got your wish! Sony has launched what it calls “My PlayStation,” which is a browser-based way to interact with your PSN profile.

Calling it a new “social destination on web,” My PlayStation is accessible on PC, Mac, mobile phones and tablets. Here’s some of the stuff you can do with it.

  • Find Friends
  • Edit your Profile
  • View you and your Friends’ Trophies
  • Send and manage Friend requests
  • Send Messages

So, how to get to it? You can either go to directly, or if you go to, check the navigation bar, sign in, and click your username in the drop down menu to and so on.

My PlayStation is compatible with Windows 10, MacOS 10, iOS 10 or above, and Android 5 or above. The website is already up right now, so you can check it out, but you’ll need access info for your PS4 or PS3 to use it (duh), which means I have to dig up my account info to be able to type it in manually.

Anyone interested in checking this out or is the PlayStation mobile app enough?

Source: PlayStation Blog