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Crackle's free video service comes to the PlayStation Vita

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PlayStation Vita owners looking for a free video fix no longer have to dig through YouTube -- after a long wait, Crackle has launched its service on Sony's handheld. Much like on other devices, Vita owners can now stream no-cost movies, TV shows and shorts, whether they come from Crackle itself or major studios. You don't need an account unless you're keen to sync your viewing list across multiple platforms. If you're the sort of gamer who'd watch Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee after a round of Tearaway, you can visit the new content portal today.

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