Plexi: The new Plex client for Windows 10
Plexi is a new way to read, edit, and share documents and media from your PC or mobile device on Windows 10, and the company has released a new update today to support it.
You can find the full changelog here.
Plexi lets you read, add, edit and share content in any of the most popular formats, including PDF, HTML, XML, and even photos and videos.
Plexi supports both local and remote viewing, with the latter allowing for simultaneous viewing on both the local and the remote computer.
Plex is compatible with all the popular file managers for Windows, and includes a number of third-party tools for editing and viewing documents.
The app was built using the Microsoft’s OpenFL codec, and while it doesn’t support the latest versions of Adobe Flash, Microsoft’s open-source graphics processing unit, it’s possible to download the latest Flash plug-in from Microsoft’s website.
Plex supports all the most common formats for reading, viewing, and sharing on Windows, including HTML, PDF, XML and even videos.
You can read the full list of supported formats here.
It should also be noted that Plexi works with the most recent version of Windows 10.
We’re not sure when this new feature will be released for other versions of Windows, but it should arrive soon.
The company hasn’t released a direct link to download Plex for other platforms, but you can find it in the Downloads section of the Plex for Windows website.
You can get Plexi for Windows and Linux here .
The company has also released a Chrome extension that allows Plexi users to view content directly from their browsers on all platforms, including iOS, Android, and Windows.
Plex will be available for download from Google Play on June 2nd.