Plex launches native Windows 8 app with ARM support, latest filtering features

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Plex launches native Windows 8 app with ARM support, latest filtering features

If you're looking for a media client to run on your Windows 8 PC, tablet or... something in between, Plex has a fresh edition of its software made just for you. Available in the Windows store for an "introductory price" $2.99, the app brings you Plex's latest features, all in a familiar touch friendly interface for the new OS. It lists ARM compatibility in the specs so it should be ready to run on your Windows RT-packing Surface, with access to user's myPlex queue, and even the latest filtering features from Plex/Web that have not filtered down to other platforms yet. Check after the break for a video recorded by a user, hit the source links for more info, or let us know in the comments if you've found any capable media players built to support Redmond's latest.


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