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Plex Discover lets you see what there is to watch across all the services you subscribe to

Plex Discover

Plex has announced two new services, Plex Discover and Plex Universal Watchlist. Both are designed to take the hassle out of finding programmes to watch and where to find them. With all the subscription streaming services out there now, it can be difficult to keep track of everything. With Plex Discover, you can see all the content available to you across your services in one place and quickly begin watching.

Plex Discover

By using Plex Discover to link all your paid and free streaming services together, you will have more content to choose from. Don’t forget that Plex has its own content too which you’ll be able to see alongside content from other services. If you want to watch something that isn’t available on your services, just add it to the Plex Universal Watchlist and you’ll be shown the title when it becomes available.

Plex Universal Watchlist

Commenting on the new features, CEO of Plex Keith Valory said:

“We have been saying for years that our goal was to create a one-stop-shop for all the entertainment that matters to you, and today we put a massive piece of that puzzle in place. With new streaming services, movies, and shows constantly coming available, it’s time to tame the media chaos and that’s what we aim to do with these new features. In short, we know it's painful to find what to watch. We just want to get you there as quickly as possible.”

If you’re keen to get started using these features, you can use the following link to learn how Plex Discover and Plex Universal Watchlist both work.

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