“We’ll add ‘PS4 Link’ app to PS Vita with the next update,” Yoshida said. The app will also be downloadable on iOS and Android.
It’s not known yet if the “PS4 Link” name will stick or if Sony will change the name before the app official release.
The link allows PS4 users to get notifications, invitations, game alerts and messages via the app.
Yoshida said in a previous report from VG 24/7 that the big publishers can create their own apps for games, but smaller developers can use the PlayStation app to “connect to the PS4 and load an application.”
“It’s open for all PS4 developers to use,” Yoshida said.
Yoshida also took to Twitter to reveal that the PS4 DualShock 4 controllers will be basically compatible with Windows PCs. You can read that full Examiner report here.