Sony has made it possible for PlayStation 3 and PS Vita owners to queue downloads on their consoles remotely via a web browser. This means that you can browse the SEN Store from a PC, choose and buy what you want, and your console will automatically queue your content to download the next time you turn on your device. You can also edit your download queue remotely.
If you have PlayStation Plus, this functionality will be made available via your PlayStation 3’s next automatic update, yay! If you don’t, then you will have to manually turn on your console to get the downloads going.
Xbox 360 owners have been able to do this for a while, so it’s nice to see Sony finally catching up.
The whole thing seems pretty self-explanatory, but if you’re unsure of anything then you should head on over to the Sony’s FAQ section.