Plex now integrates OneDrive, Google Drive and Dropbox services

By: George Finley
2 minute read

Cloud storage fans will be pleased to find out that Plex came out with a new range of cloud options that will work within their Cloud Sync function. Now offering support for OneDrive, Google Drive and Dropbox, Plex provides its users with a simple and fast way to store data which can be used at any time. This allows you to always have your important files at hand while they are also backed up or simply stored for security purposes.

One of the great things about this is that it comes compatible for all major platforms. This means it will be available not only on PCs running Windows 10, but also on Mac computers and TVs. Users can even access it from their Xbox One gaming console.

If you are using Plex, the app will allow you to access your stored goods directly from the cloud, which many users will find appealing due to how much space you can free up by using the feature.

Getting started with Plex Cloud is as easy as it can be. All users have to do is navigate to their Plex Account, which can be found on the top right corner in Plex Web. Once on the Account page, access the Plex Cloud option on the left and set up whatever cloud storage service you are currently using. To use Plex Cloud, you need to be a Plex Pass user. This will cost $5/month and while some might disapprove, a lot of people will find the offer attractive, keeping mind what it offers.

It’s an important upgrade for Plex to offer cloud support as all technology seems to be shifting towards cloud, and securing three of the most important cloud services available is a great way to entice consumers.

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