The PlayStation Vita just got even more diverse and appealing.
As announced over at the PlayStation Blog , Sony's portable received a bunch of new apps to make your on-the-go entertainment that much more enjoyable.
The Vita will now support Crunchyroll (for all you anime fans), NHL GameCenter LIVE, and Qello Concerts, which lets you watch a ton of full-length concerts in glorious high-definition. Furthermore, more apps are scheduled to come this spring: There's Gaiam TV ("inspiring documentaries and cutting-edge programs"), Hulu Plus (tons of TV shows), and RedBox Instant by Verizon, which offers a bunch of movies. The latter two apps will actually be available next week.
The Vita already has YouTube, Crackle, Facebook, Netflix, Skype, Flickr, TuneIn Radio and others, so it's becoming a fully functional handheld entertainment device, don't you think?