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One convenient list of all your content!
View, sort, and filter your download list as you desire!
Easily see Vita-supported content!
Even if you do not own a Vita!
Determine what is compatible with PS TV! (en-us only)
PS+ Support
See what is and is not tied to your subscription.
Requires active subscription.
Download Queue support
Easily send items where you want them to go.
Pick up the pace with keyboard shortcuts!
Export your list
On your terms: Infinite columns, any property.
CSV format for spreadsheets.
Mobile
Even on-the-go, do not settle for a featureless download list!
Lightweight, portable, consistent.
Computer or mobile, always the same experience.
Open source!
Most reliable method, the ultimate last resort.
  1. Copy the following to your clipboard:
  2. javascript:$.getScript("//repod.github.io/psdle/psdle.js");void(0);
  3. Navigate to the online store.
  4. Paste into your browser's address bar, removing the previous text.
  5. Ensure the pasted line begins with javascript: If not, add it.
  6. Submit.
  7. PSDLE should activate.
  1. Install Greasemonkey (Firefox), Tampermonkey (Chrome), or equivalent.
  2. Install the PSDLE userscript.
  3. Navigate to the online store.
  4. PSDLE should activate automatically.
This method requests the file from this site (hosted by GitHub) when used.
  1. Bookmark this link:
  2. Navigate to the online store.
  3. Select the bookmark from your bookmarks.
  4. PSDLE should activate.
Some browsers (like Android Chrome) may refuse to execute this from bookmarks. If this is the case, copypasting the bookmark's URL into the address bar manually and prepending javascript: should also work, similar to the Direct method.

Unless otherwise noted, the following are for desktop browsers.
Available in the Chrome Web Store Reviews of all kinds are appreciated!

A Firefox extension was planned, but currently not being developed (due to SDK+AMO).
Have experience developing Firefox extensions? Contact me!

For advanced users and conspiracy theorists only!

After successful activation the PSDLE logo will appear in the bottom-left corner, click it to start.

Like PSDLE? Please support it!
Having problems or found a bug? Submit here!
PSDLE does not require Java, Java is not Javascript!
Is this safe or a ploy to phish account details?
Yes it is safe, no it is not for phishing account details. I put it on GitHub for a reason, feel free to view the horribly effective code yourself and decide.

PSDLE does not and will not ask for your login credentials, as they are not needed to function, but does require an account to be signed in.
When signed in, an account's Entitlement (game) data is available and used to generate the list.

Can I select which specific console I send items to for the download queue?
Seemingly no. It appears any number of consoles share the same download queue so it's based on whichever checks it first.

Sending items to the download queue is failing, despite working (minutes) before?
Your connection to the store most likely timed out, refreshing the page and running PSDLE again should solve this.
If the system is failing to start downloading, ensure you're signed in (or sign in again) or try rebooting it.
If it's still not working, then submit an issue.

Where are all the cool features like PS1/PS2 games, categories, background screenshots, etc.?
Enable "Catalog" during startup to obtain additional information about each game.

Keep in mind this increases the time to generate the list, relative to the amount of items on your list.

What all can I do with the search options?
  • Search by name, ID, Publisher, and more.
  • Get auto-complete suggestions to find things faster.
  • Filter by system.
    • If Catalog is enabled, Classics inherit their original system (like PS1).
  • Filter by categories (avatar, demo, etc) if Catalog is enabled.
  • Use regular expressions (regex).
    • Wrap the search string in / like normal.
    • Use the custom /d modifier to exclude/invert matches.
For more information about Javascript Regex, click here.

Does this differentiate between Vita and PS/Vita TV games?
At the time of writing PSDLE can attempt to detect PS TV content for en-us only.
The option will only show up if using the en-us web store, which accepts only en-us accounts.
This is a limitation of the web store, not PSDLE.

If detected, "TV" will appear next to content's platform.

Is PSDLE meant to compete with or replace the Download List?
It may appear to be a competitor or replacement due to its features. However, I see it as more of a supplement.

While the Download List may have shortcomings, I'm sure those who can officially provide a solution know and do not need to be reminded, told they "do not care", or told how their current product does not live up to PSDLE. Thank them for their awesome work instead, they do it for a living!

The Download List is a great thing to have, PSDLE simply makes it better!

At the bare minimum, PSDLE intends to maintain parity with the download list and interact as expected with the PS4, PS3, and Vita first.
After that is done, pile on additional features (like powerful searching) to expedite those interactions.

What does PSDLE stand for?


Can I write an article about/share/print out and marry PSDLE?
Sure!

Am I free to copy, modify, redistribute, etc. PSDLE's source code?
Yes, per the rules of the license.
Please do not imply that your version is supported by, endorsed by, or associated with the official one.

If you have ideas, suggestions, or code additions/improvements, send them my way!

PSN codes are preferred and appreciated ( Amazon US), EN-US only please.

I may be contacted directly at (for support, feedback, or otherwise):

Google Analytics:

This website uses Google Analytics to collect various non-identifiable information about you, the visitor, including but not limited to:
  • How you reached this website (another website, a search engine, etc.)
  • General browser and OS information (Chrome/Firefox, Windows/OSX, screen resolution, mobile device, etc.)
  • How you interact with this site (Such as expanding the P.A.Q.)
  • And a lot more. For more information, please read Google's documentation about Analytics.
To repeat, all information collected through Google Analytics is non-identifiable, or anonymous.

How and why I use the data collected:

By analyzing the data I receive I can make educated decisions about my website design such as how users interact with features and prioritize functionality.
For instance, I noticed a significant portion of the site traffic is from mobile devices thus I have remade the website in Bootstrap to accomodate.

Opting Out:

If this policy is not to your liking, but you wish to continue using this page (not PSDLE) you may do so with this add-on provided by Google.
If the opt-out procedure is not to your liking I would advise ceasing use of this webpage completely.


PSDLE:

Full disclosure: I (RePod) develop PSDLE as a hobby for myself first, and release it for the public's benefit to further improve it and continue the cycle. Those concerned, but not well versed, with "security" will receive little sympathy from me, use it as you see fit.

PSDLE is very powerful and provides a lot of functionality but requires various information, some of which may be personal.

PSDLE accesses the following information when used:
  • Purchase information for generating the list. (PS+ status, time of purchase, etc.)
  • Console activation information. (only if Queue is enabled)
  • Download Queue information. (only if Queue is enabled)
  • Store language. (for determining language-specific things)
Remaining PSDLE functionality is user-selectable (e.g. Catalog) and does not require additional personal information from what has been listed above.

Information collected during PSDLE's runtime is not permanently stored by PSDLE, and never will be. This means anything generated or requested by PSDLE is gone in the e-wind after the resource it was attached to is terminated (e.g. tab). An exception to this is the Chrome extension which runs a background task to determine if the store is active or not. If you would like to keep a permanent list please use the "Export View" function.

PSDLE does not transmit any information to an external location. All resources requested or sent (Queue) are in the executed page's context and domain, which is typically the store. Other products or services may interfere with, tamper with, modify, or intercept information PSDLE obtains. This should not be a concern as a majority of the information is publicly available in the page context, PSDLE just caches it.

In short, make your own decisions on who and who not to trust. It's the Internet, after all!
This privacy policy is unique to PSDLE and is provided out of generosity as it is not required by any means.
PSDLE's privacy policy may change at any time for any reason.