Plex Cloud now gives users the ability to sync Dropbox, Google Drive, and OneDrive

Plex was conceived nearly a decade ago and, over the years, the company has grown its offerings to adapt to the more complex devices and needs of its consumers. Today, the firm has announced that Plex Cloud would become a new offering for its Plex Pass holders.

Plex Cloud takes the idea of Plex and expands it to leverage the online storage provided by existing cloud services like Google Drive, Dropbox, and OneDrive. What this will do is allow you to easily aggregate all your online media into a simple user interface that can be accessed across multiple devices. While it's true that you can individually access and stream content from these services, Plex provides a universal solution and is available on an extremely wide variety of devices, and yes, that also means Windows phones.

In order to take advantage of Plex Cloud, you will need to be a Plex Pass subscriber. The service starts at $4.99 a month and comes with its own set of unique and exclusive features compared to the free account. Otherwise, if you want to go all in with Plex, the firm is also offering a lifetime subscription for $119.99 which is $30 off the regular price.

Source: Plex

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