PSix Finally Released!
After many months of waiting it’s finally here!
I have to say, the current version is still a bit buggy, but it’s a lot faster than the other Open Source Shell around and not as messy when it comes to the file management. It is however missing decent documentation.
I have not been able to put mp3s running, perhaps due to the bitrate, but supposedly it’s working.
The lite version is free to try out, though many features are still being developed or are cut off. You can however see in that picture above what is yet to come: RSS reader, Video Player (hopefully no more video conversions, but I’ll hold my breath).
I already ordered the Pro version for $10 and will write a full review once I get it. This version lacks a lot of features but I’ll tell you what you can already do with it: Open Homebrew (like OSS) through the desktop, multiple desktops (click on the little squares on the bottom right) see how much of your battery remains accurately and the time and date and create playlists for MP3s, see information on the UMD you have in the PSP (the icon, not the animation) and that’s it for now.