Sony to offer 18 entertainment apps for PS4 in Europe and other regions on Friday

Sony offered PlayStation 4 buyers in the U.S. 11 media apps to download for the launch of the console earlier this month. Today, the company revealed that customers in Europe and other regions will also get streaming apps to download and use for the console when the PS4 begins its second wave of launches on Friday.

The European PlayStation blog states that a total of 18 apps will be released for Europe, along with, on Friday. However, not all countries in the launch regions will get access to all of the apps. Here is the full list, along with the countries that will be able to access each app.

  • Music Unlimited (UK, Ireland, France, Spain, Italy, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, Norway, Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Australia and New Zealand)
  • Video Unlimited (Australia, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, UK)
  • IGN (Australia, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, India, Ireland, Italy, Kuwait, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Qatar, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, UAE, UK)
  • BBC iPlayer (UK)
  • VidZone (Australia, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, UK)
  • Amazon/LOVEFiLM (Germany, UK)
  • Netflix (Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, UK)
  • BBC Sports (UK)
  • BBC News (UK)
  • (Spain)
  • Total Channel (Spain)
  • Demand5 (UK)
  • Maxdome (Germany, Austria)
  • RTBF (Belgium)
  • NOS Sports (Netherlands)
  • Ximon (Belgium, Netherlands)
  • Watchever (Germany)
  • Viaplay (Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden)

In addition, Australia and New Zealand residents will be able to download the Quickflix app on December 4th. Sony plans to add over 20 more apps to the PS4 in the European regions between launch and spring 2014, including TuneIn, Game One, Filmo TV and MUBI.

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