PlayStation Vue Adds The Ability to Change Default Profile Names




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Couple on sofa with TV remote

Every wish your default PlayStation Vue name didn’t have to be the one you used with when you set up your PlayStation Network account? Well, now you can do just that thanks to a new update that rolled out on iOS last night. With this update you on iOS you now can edit the profile names. Hopefully, that feature comes to more devices soon.

So What Are Profiles?

If you are like me, multiple people will be using the same streaming service. This means you find favorited networks or DVRed shows you wish you didn’t have to skip past. The good news is with PlayStation Vue you can create profiles letting each user have their own list of favorite channels and DVR.

PlayStation Vue profiles are available on Android TV, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, or a PS4™ or PS3™ console.

You can learn more about PS Vue profiles HERE.

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