In addition to allowing you to view all of your music, photos and videos, you can access online content from many of your favorite online providers via Plex channels. Plex currently supports over 200 channels including CNET, YouTube, Vimeo, Revision3 and many other popular online sources. With Plex Media Server for Mac you can stream additional content from Aperture, iPhoto, and iTunes.
New to Plex? Start with these simple steps:
1. Install the Plex Media Server – it’s a free download here: http://plexapp.com/getplex. This is absolutely required to run Plex for Android.
2. Go through the setup process and add all your media.
3. Access your media from any Plex app, they’re available for Android, iOS, Mac, Linux, Windows, Roku devices, Samsung TVs, LG TVs, and more.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: How do I access my media from outside the home?
A: Signup for myPlex. Log into myPlex on the server side, and from the Plex apps.
We have a very active and very helpful user community. Please check at http://forums.plexapp.com for general questions, tips and help and here for a more comprehensive FAQ: http://wiki.plexapp.com/index.php/Android_FAQ.
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Caveats and Disclaimers:
* Plex streams video and audio, which can consume lots of bandwidth – be sure you have a healthy data plan before you start using 3G and 4G connections to stream your movies.
• With the wide array of Android devices that Plex for Android can be run upon (over 1200 as of this writing) we do expect to find some issues. Please check on our forums (http://forums.plexapp.com) for any problems you have.
• DRM-protected content (older iTunes Store audio or any iTunes Store video) is not supported.
• VIDEO_TS, ISO or IMG videos are not supported by Plex.
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