Another week has passed, and as usual, we round up the most important news bits from the world of Windows apps, from the most significant updates and new arrivals, to exciting new things to come.
Windows 10: Three years, one billion devices - how is Microsoft doing so far?
Windows 10 Insider Preview build 14379 out now for PC and Mobile
Huawei's MateBook goes toe-to-toe with Surface
Microsoft: Windows 10 Anniversary Update available on Aug. 2 - here's what's new
99% of Windows 10 Mobile devices are Lumias (and other Windows phone insights)
Ransomware: what it is, and what you can do about it
Today, Plex released its new UWP app for desktops and tablets into beta testing which also includes a refreshed interface applying the new design language for Windows 10.
The Windows Store has been visited 6.5 billion times since the launch of Windows 10 - but read our weekly roundup of news and you'll start to wonder if it really matters that much.
Plex, a service that allows you to access your media content on all your devices, has announced that it is building a universal app for Windows 10, and wants you to help test it ahead of launch.
Plex just announced that the premium Xbox One, PlayStation 3 and PlayStaion 4 apps are now free. Normally these apps would require either a monthly or lifetime subscription to use.
Popular media delivery platform Plex, is making it's way to the new Apple TV. The new developer SDK will allow developers to create a range of new apps and games for the device.
The powerful media streaming platform sees a significant update that includes several new features and fixes to improve its capabilities on Microsoft's Xbox One console.
In a long awaited move by Plex users, the media-streaming software provider has announced a partnership with DigiCert to provide free SSL streaming to all Plex Media Server users.
Owners of Samsung's smart TVs say their viewing of movies and videos is being interrupted by intrusive ads - even in apps from third-parties such as Plex and Foxtel, who deny any knowledge of the ads.
For all of the Plex users and PlayStation owners out there, you'll be happy to know that the Plex app is now officially available for download on both the PS3 and 4 in North and South America.
Plex has launched an app for the Xbox One - including a redesigned home screen, new content discovery features and Kinect voice and gesture support - and it is also coming soon to the Xbox 360.
The Plex media streaming app, one of the most popular paid apps for Microsoft's Windows 8 OS, will be released for the Xbox One game console at some point, via the ID@Xbox program.
We check out the current list of the top 10 most downloaded paid Windows 8 apps in the Windows Store, and find some changes in the list as well as some remaining champions.
Plex has updated its popular paid app for Windows 8 this week with a number of new features and improvements, including an experimental code for remuxing most h264 video files.
A couple of noteworthy new Windows 8 apps have appeared in the store, including the official app for British Airways and the Plex media sharing app for Microsoft's latest OS.
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