Plex starts testing its app on Windows 10 Mobile
Plex is a client-server media player application that allows you to store media files inside it. In addition, you can connect on the Plex server from another device/computer and play media content stored on it.
Plex has been supporting its application for computers that run on Windows 10, as it released a good amount of updates for the application. In addition, the company has just brought Cortana support to its application thanks to a new update that has been recently released.
If you own a device that runs on Windows 10 Mobile, we have some good news for you, as according to reports, the company is now testing the Plex application on mobile devices that run on this OS. However, keep in mind that the company is testing the Plex application in a closed BETA, which means that you can’t install it on your mobile device if you have not been invited to the closed BETA.
However, if all goes well, the company will release the Plex version for Windows 10 Mobile devices to the public sometime in the near future. In addition, the Plex version for Windows 10 Mobile is based on the Universal Windows Platform, which means that it should support Continuum.
Below you can see a video about Plex and what it comes with:
It is worth mentioning that the Plex application is also available for the Xbox One, which is awesome if you rely on the Microsoft eco-system. As soon as the Plex application for Windows 10 Mobile will be available for public to download, we will let you know. However, until then, you will be able to install it on your Windows 10 Mobile handset only if you are inside the closed BETA program.
Will you install the Plex application on your Windows 10 Mobile device once it will be released?
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