Plex release app for Windows Phone 8, free for Nokia devices

Last week Plex released an update to their Windows Phone 7 app with a long list of bug fixes but until now there has been no dedicated Windows Phone 8 app. Plex have just released a brand new app for Windows Phone 8 which is based on the Windows 8 version of their app.

The app streams music, video and photos from your Plex server and you can stream from Google Drive, Dropbox or Box. At the moment the app is free for Nokia Windows Phone devices and don’t forget you will need a Plex server to go with the app.

You will find the app in the Windows Phone Store.

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 Windows Phone from your home computers using your Plex Media Server (available for free at http://www.plexapp.com). Plex allows you to easily share media with friends and family, so you all have more to choose from. You can even sync your media to your phone, tablet or favorite cloud provider, such as Google Drive, Dropbox or Box, so you can access it when your computer is offline.

Plex also gives you access to a wide range of channels, including your iTunes music library, TED, Reddit and Revision3. And you can save online videos from your favorite websites, including YouTube and Vimeo, to watch later on any device, or recommend them to a friend. With Plex, your media universe is constantly expanding. Getting up and running is fast and simple, so start now!

Via Plex.

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