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Plex may have run into some hurdles, but it did not stop the media player software maker from rolling out the full version of its online service called Plex Cloud to all Plex Pass users. Paying customers can now use the Plex media player software to watch saved TV shows and movies, view photos, and stream from your music library without the need for an always-on PC or other network-connected hardware.

Plex Cloud entered private beta testing in September last year. In a blog post announcing the service, Plex detailed some of the challenges it faced in developing Plex Cloud:

The amount of technology behind this launch is quite awesome. It’s definitely not a trivial thing to take the best media server on the planet and make it work seamlessly as a scalable cloud service, load-balanced and clustered across multiple geographic regions. It turns out a lot can go wrong. Sometimes the hamsters that powered our innovative cloud transcoder got tired, hopped off their wheels, and went looking for alfalfa. On more than one occasion, our elaborate system of smoke signals that we use to communicate between regions was taken out by solar flares and more exotic threats like a light drizzle.

Suffice to say that the Cloud team has been iterating rapidly, pushing dozens of updates throughout the beta, radiation hardening our hamsters, issuing Plex-chevron-emblazoned ponchos to our official smoke signalers, and managing to add support for Dropbox, Google Drive, and OneDrive (personal) as cloud storage options along the way.

Plex Cloud initially employed the Amazon Cloud Drive to store user files and let subscribers stream files to the Plex app. Consumers had to pay a $60 annual subscription fee for Amazon’s cloud storage service while other users bought a subscription to use Plex Cloud. However, an issue emerged when Plex users experienced technical problems with using Amazon Cloud Drive.

Nonetheless, Plex released access to Google Drive, OneDrive and Dropbox in December last year. With Plex Cloud having exited private beta, Plex Pass users can now have access to premium features, including offline access to synced files, parental controls, Plex Mix, and the updated DVR feature that allows users to record free HDTV shows using a digital antenna.