Plex organizes all of your personal media, wherever you keep it, so you can enjoy it on any device. With Plex, you can easily stream your videos, music, photos and home movies to your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch from your home computer running Plex Media Server (available for free at http://plex.tv).
- Plex makes your media beautiful with rich descriptions, artwork, and other related information.
- Plex automatically converts your media on-the-fly to play on any device.
- Easily share your media with friends and family.
- Browse, fling and control your media on any Plex-enabled device.
- Sync media to your phone or tablet for offline viewing (requires a premium Plex Pass subscription)
- Sync media to your favorite cloud provider including Google Drive, Dropbox, and Box, so you can stream media even when your server is offline (requires a premium Plex Pass subscription)
- Access a wide range of online channels such as TED, Revision3, and TWiT.
- Queue online videos from sites like Vimeo and YouTube and watch them later on any device.
With Plex, your media universe is constantly expanding. Getting up and running is easy, so start now!
NOTE: YOU MUST HAVE A PLEX MEDIA SERVER (AVAILABLE FOR FREE AT http://plex.tv/downloads/) INSTALLED AND RUNNING TO STREAM LOCAL MEDIA. VERSION 0.9.9.13 OR HIGHER IS REQUIRED. DRM-protected content (such as video from the iTunes store), ISO disc images, and VIDEO_TS folders are not supported.
We’re very excited to bring you a great new update, including two of your most requested features, and some important bug fixes.
NOTE: This update includes changes in behavior for AirPlay and Chromecast users; read on to find out more.
- Playlists! Now you can create your own music or video playlists to fit any occasion, including smart playlists based on genre, collection and more.
- Movie trailers! After adding trailers to your movie library, you can now view them from the movie info screen, or by long-pressing on movies. You can also turn on Cinema Trailers if you’d like to automatically play trailers before your movies start.
Both of these new features require Plex Media Server 0.9.9.13 or newer.
- AirPlay devices have been removed from the in-app player list due to several reported issues. AirPlay devices can still be used by selecting them in the iOS AirPlay menu, or using the dedicated AirPlay button when playing content.
- Chromecast is no longer supported on devices running iOS 5. Previously, Plex used a pre-release version of the Chromecast software from Google that we were fortunate enough to have access to. Apps are now required to use the final version of the software, which only supports devices running iOS 6 or newer.
- Some particularly bad bugs that have been around for a while, but were difficult to track down. You should notice an increase in stability during general use.
- A couple of bugs preventing playback of synced content on Chromecast.
- A few other minor issues, including playback of content synced to other devices, remote control of the iOS app from the web app and localization of channels.
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