A "master" Play Station Network account is required to access the Play Station Store.A log of all previously purchased items, known as "Download List", records each Play Station Store account's complete download activity.The spam score is the percentage of documents in the collection more spammy than this document.
It is accessible under the Play Station Network category on the PSP's XMB.
However, users who do not have any method for connecting wirelessly can still use the Play Station Store on the PC using Media Go.
As of July 2013, the UK users of the store can top up their wallet via a mobile phone, with the user paying for the funds through their phone bill.
The Play Station Store was launched on the Play Station 3 on November 11, 2006 and is accessible via an icon under the Play Station Network category of the XMB. As of March 22, 2007, background downloading became possible while watching a video stored on the HDD, listening to music, looking at photos, using the web browser and playing PS1, or offline PS3 games.
All purchases on the Play Station Store are made in the user's local currency using a 'wallet' system whereby funds are added to the wallet – either in set denominations or an amount dictated by the price of the current transaction – then debited from the account's wallet when the user makes a purchase, funds added to the PS Store are non-refundable.