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The Gamers Chat
Gaming is fun and all you can communicate with your fellow gamers while you destroy your enemies and so on. But that’s just during the game and all you do is talk about the game and nothing more. You probably don’t even know their real names if they are complete strangers of course. After the game, you are back to living your own life, and maybe you do wonder about your gaming friends and hope you could actually hang out, but you can’t get anybody’s information during the game as they are so busy with the game and nothing else. Well, there’s a way to fix this issue, it the PlayStation messaging app. It can be used as a mobile app, and PlayStation Messages for PC as well.
What is This New Messaging App?
So have you ever had those messaging apps like Viber or WhatsApp to help you stay connected to your friends and family from all around the world? Well, this app is something like that to… expect for the fact that it is meant for gamers. This messaging app was created by Sony for gamers to communicate with each other. You can use this app to check who is online and connect with them, so you can send messages, voice messages, photos, videos, and stickers, just like any other messaging app. On this app, you can see what game they are playing when they are online. And you can create groups and chat with them, and if you want to access them quickly all you have to do is favorite the group and that’s it. Basically this is just a great way to stay connected with your gaming friends when you are offline.
How does it Work?
It is just like any other messaging platform and quite simple to use. In order for you to do this, you must have a PlayStation account. So you will have to enter your email or phone number for the network. If you do not have an account you can create one, it is not that hard, but it is only right to assume you do as you are a gamer. Moving the app is divided into three sections; messages, favorites, and friends. All of the messages will be in the messages tab and from there on you can add your friends and favorite them. And in the last tab, it is your information with your PSN name and display picture as people would have an easier time finding your PSN name than your actual name, it will also save your contacts and will indicate who is online or not.
Can it be Used on a PC?
So many people think that it is a mobile app, and yes it is but that doesn’t mean PlayStation messages for PC are not available. All you have to do is install a Bluestacks emulator, and run it. Afterward, search for it on the browser download and install it, and then run the app, simple as that.
How to Install PlayStation Messages on Windows PC
You can easily install the PlayStation Messages on your Windows PC. But you have to install an Android Emulator to install the app. If you have an Android Emulator installed on your computer, then follow these easy steps:
- First, run the Android Emulator from your PC and log in to the Google Play Store
- Search the “PlayStation Messages” in the store
- Now install the app from the store, or
- If you have the APK file on the computer, then import it into Android Emulator to install the app
- Now open the app and chat with your gaming buddies on Windows PC
How to Install PlayStation Messages on Mac
In order to install the PlayStation Messages on your Mac device, you must have an Android Emulator installed on your Mac Device. If you have an Android Emulator installed on your Mac device then follow these easy steps:
- First, open the Android Emulator from your Mac device
- Now login to the Google Play Store
- Search the “ PlayStation Messages” in the store
- Now install the app from the store, or
- If you have PlayStation Messages on your Mac device, then drag and drop the APK file into the emulator to install the App
- Now open the PlayStation Messages app and talk with your gaming buddies on Mac PC
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