Plex has grown rapidly over the last few years and its increased focus as a cloud service for your pictures, videos, and music has resulted in a relaunching of the main website. Now hosted at Plex.tv, it ropes in the four disparate sections of the previous website, bringing features like Plex Pass subscriptions, myPlex server and account management and Plex/Web content access together.
Between new core features (multiuser, now playing, companion remote, media index files, Cloud Sync), tons of performance and stability enhancements, new platforms (Drobo 5N, FreeBSD, various other NAS devices) and apps (Chromecast, Windows Phone 8, new Android app, new Google TV app, Plex Home Theater), we’ve been incredibly busy in 2013! (It’s also been an incredible year for the thriving third party Plex ecosystem, with the introduction of RasPlex for the Raspberry Pi, and PlexConnect for Apple TVs). There’s been one last big thing we wanted to bring to you this year, and we’ve just finished rolling it out. If you look under your Christmas tree, you’ll see a brand new Plex website, which we’ve been working incredibly hard on for the last couple months. But it’s much more than a (badly needed) redesign; it’s a joining together of four separate pieces of Plex into a unified whole.
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