Plex Introduces Chrome Cast Support




Plex Introduces Chrome Cast Support

Plex has support for the Chrome Cast introduced in its web version, Android app and iOS app. Thus it is again possible to stream. Local content to Chrome Cast The functionality is now only available to paying users; others be later.

The new versions of the Plex apps make it possible to send content to Chrome Casts so writes the founder of the project, Elan Feingold, on a weblog Plex. “In recent months we have worked closely with Google to bring Plex to the Chrome Cast,” said Feingold. Plex for local content can include apps for iOS, Android and web streamed, via apps so the content can then be relayed to a TV with the Chrome Cast dongle.

The functionality can be used, provided the user has the latest server and client versions available. Both iOS and Android, and the web version of Plex In addition, the functionality at this time reserved to PlexPass subscribers. This is the paid version of Plex, which costs $ 4 per month. The option comes later to users of the ‘free’ version, says Feingold. It should in any case be paid for. Apps

Besides Plex have nine other apps added support for the Chrome Cast, including RealPlayer Cloud, Vevo and PostTV, the video site of the Washington Post.



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