Sony is shutting down PlayStation Mobile platform. The company has already shut down PlayStation Mobile for Android late last year, announcing that devices on Android 5.0 would not be able to access the content store.
PlayStation mobile is a cross-platform gaming service which was previously accessible only by certified devices like the PS Vita and the various Android powered Xperia devices and tablets. Now Sony is opening their service to devices by other manufacturers and their website states they will be supporting a few of the HTC devices.
Sony has just announced at its TGS conference that it plans to launch its much awaited PlayStation Mobile service on 3rd October. The service aims to bring content like PlayStation One games and exclusive new IPs to your mobile phone. Sony is also pushing a brand new PlayStation Mobile SDK to developers for $99.99 annually. The SDK will be available in November.