Developer SDK is for people that want to make apps. It's not an iPSP release. Mmk?
iPSP 2.0: Totally Revamped
What's next in the iPSP saga? 2.0, of course. 2.0 is an interesting number. It's where things seem their best. There's Web 2.0, Internet 2.0, Gmail 2.0, and of course, iPSP 2.0. And iPSP 2.0 brings some kickin' new features along with it. We've totally redesigned and recoded the entire portal. From scratch. Why? iPSP is now better designed, more intuitive, more customizable, and faster than ever before.
In addition, we've added new apps, new features, and even a new online service along the way. We believe in the saying, "A picture is worth a thousand words." Therefore you'll see screenshots of all the new features. Please keep in mind that they are pre-release, and may change slightly (for the better, of course) in the final release.
The main menu is no longer the first thing you see. Now if you really want to delve into iPSP, it's only one click away. But if you'd rather just move on, we've provided an easy screen where you can search files on your memory stick, and launch them in two different ways. (Note that it will look a bit different on the PSP. This shows off the wallpaper, along with no wallpaper, so you can get an idea of both).
Home Screen (The Main Menu)
As you may have noticed, iPSP is now horizontal. Which makes it easier to use and more intuitive for everyone. That said, we've introduced a new main menu, with support for custom wallpapers (which can be changed on-the-go from your PSP). We'll let the picture speak for itself here:
MyApp 1.0 was a test application which will not be released with the final version. The clock has been removed, and in the upper right hand corner there are two small buttons present for switching between default apps and custom apps. Also missing is the iPSP Online icon.
Integrated Online Service: iPSP Online
iPSP 2.0 will launch with a brand new offering: iPSP Online. Some good things in life require the Internet. Things like videos, feeds, downloads, applications, games, links, news, Facebook, and more. Lots more.
Unified Look and Feel
iPSP has been completely redesigned, from scratch. With the exception of a few icons, everything was hand-made by FluidMarkup. The graphics are therefore unified, flowing, and sexeh. All iPSP apps have been recoded and redesigned to bring to the table a unified look and feel. In addition, you can return to the main menu any time by using the Home Bar, shown on the bottom of all the applications. Here's a nice example of a simple application: (Do note it looks a bit different on the PSP.)
The Home bar is not shown in this screen cap.
Vipr and LinkFolio
Two of FluidMarkup's most popular Web services for the PSP, Vipr and Linkfolio, are now integrated with iPSP. Vipr Your PSP is hungry. Feed it, with Vipr. Vipr is the premier source for PSP-compatible RSS video and audio feeds, updated often by our small staff of volunteers. It also generates Google Video RSS feeds, so you don't have to visit Google Video and use their search feature.
Get tired of typing long URLs on your PSP? Now you don't have to. Simply paste your URL into LinkFolio (after signing up, of course) and visit your profile on your PSP. Viola! Your links will appear in your browser as hyperlinks. Much easier!
Your favorite social news site, now integrated with iPSP! Digg (that's D-I-G-G-dot-com) is now integrated with iPSP, bringing the top-rated news (or not) to your favorite portal.
We've hand-picked your favorite PSP flash games, and only the best have made it into iPSP 2.0. They run smooth, have a small filesize, and of course, they're fun!
Change your wallpaper, learn about the developers, get help, and other non-Settings-related material are wedged back in here.
The famous Expedition 2.0 browser-in-browser has made a comeback. Expedition 2.0 is now featured. It's been recoded and redesigned (like everything else), and runs faster and more intuitively.
Tunes, Tunes, and More Tunes
Stupid PSPTunes. It's clunky, poorly-designed, and runs out of memory. (No offense, BlazeByte.) For iPSP 2.0, we have written a completely new flash MP3 player from scratch. To both match iPSP's new style, and bring you your tunes faster than before. In addition, the Music app is now able to be played in the background while you're doing other things 'round the porta!
Frequently Asked Questions
Q.) Is this homebrew?
A.) No, it's not. iPSP is a web portal that you download to your memory stick and run in the web browser.
Q.) Will this harm my PSP?
A.) Nope. See above.
Q.) What software version (firmware) do I need to run iPSP 2.0?
Q.) Where can I get it?
A.) Through one of the official download links below. It is NOT recommended to download iPSP 2.0 from any links except those provided below. They may be fake or contain malware. Also, iPSP 2.0 is free software and you should not buy it from eBay or Craigslist, or similar sites.
The Developer SDK (Software Development Kit) is for developers that want to create their own 3rd party applications for iPSP. We are releasing it early to that developers can get a head start and have their apps done by the time we release.
Software Development Kit* - ZIP - 80.0KB
It is NOT recommended to download iPSP 2.0 from any links except those provided below. They may be fake or contain malware. Also, iPSP 2.0 is free software and you should not buy it from eBay or Craigslist, or similar sites.
- Version 2.0
- Easy Installer (Coming Soon) - EXE - 0.00 MB
- Manual Install (Coming Soon) - ZIP - 0.00 MB
- Source Code* (Coming Soon) - ZIP - 0.00 MB
- Software Development Kit* - ZIP - 80.0KB
- Vesion 1.1
- Version 1.0
- Manual Install (Not Available)
Copyright and License
iPSP 2.0 by FluidMarkup is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License.