GTA 5 iFruit app now available on PS Vita

By Dave Cook, Wednesday, 2 April 2014 08:50 GMT

Grand Theft Auto 5 companion app iFruit is now available on PS Vita.

It follows confirmation that GTA Online will receive new songs, giving content creators more tunes to add to their custom jobs.

iFruit PS Vita popped up on the Sony Entertainment Network store yesterday, and is definitely not an April Fools prank.

The free, 172MB app lets you play with Franklin’s dog Chop to make him more attentive and useful in the full GTA 5 game, and it also gives you a chance to customise your ride in both the core game and Grand Theft Auto Online. Players can also reserve custom license plates and more.

Via Polygon.

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