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Plex Version 8.4.0.19231 Beta Improves Stability and Brings New Improvements

Plex is one of the best solutions to access all the media content relevant to you, from personal media on your own machine to online content – podcasts, news, web shows, music streaming, everything is available in an app, on most devices.

Plex is straightforward to use. If you are looking to stream only third-party content (web shows, TIDAL music, podcasts), then you can proceed to do so as soon as you create and login to your account. You only need to install the app on your phone.

If you plan to set up your own media server to host your stuff, Plex can help you do that too!

Latest Version

Plex receives occasional updates, like all apps. The app reached version 8.4.0.19231.

These are the latest patch notes from the developer:

“NEW IN 8.3.1:

All-you-can-watch Live TV is available now. Stream 80+ channels for the whole family, instantly. Kids, news, game shows, anime, sports, cooking — it’s all on Plex and ready for the watching.

  • Player: improve experience when switching to and from the guide.
  • Player: improve messaging around buffering scenarios.
  • Player: clean up resources after playback ends.
  • Player: improve startup speed by removing (another) unnecessary network request.”

We appreciate the developers’ effort to keep Plex up to date and as reliable as possible.

The app can be updated in various ways. First, there’s the standard approach – Google Play. That is the best option since you get the latest version of the app from a secure source, which means that you should be clear of viruses and malware, potentially.

If the app hasn’t updated itself yet, make sure that you turn on auto-updates or manually update it from Google Play.

There are third-party solutions available, but we recommend that you try to avoid them. You never know what sort of malware lurks inside a seemingly harmless app update.

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