I've been pretty hard on the PlayStation Vita recently, criticizing its lack of software for the first six months of 2013. But this one, I'm not sure I get.
Granted, I'm not a techie nor am I a gadget freak. Those people who wander around public places with their noses buried in some device (usually their phones) irritate me, and it's just plain infuriating if you're trying to talk to someone and they can't even look up. Hence, I've never understood this obsession with "apps" in the first place, so maybe I'm the wrong person to judge.
According to a NeoGAF member , the PlayStation Vita is only capable of displaying 100 Apps, even with a 32GB memory card and plenty of space available on that card. Shagg_187's card holds around 50 Minis, 10 PS1 games, 20 mandatory apps, and 20 Vita or PSP games and apps. …seems like an awful lot to me. But it is a little curious as to why the Vita can't handle more than 100 apps, regardless of the available space. So I get that question because it's a somewhat curious situation.
I just wonder how many people are going to care . Like I said, I'm very much not rolling with the majority; I think have maybe ten apps on my phone, half of which my brother put there when he was fiddling with it. I'm sure I don't have many on the Vita, either; nowhere near close to 100. But maybe others do, and this limit is indeed problematic. Do you have an issue with it? Are you approaching the limit now?