Last week, media streaming service Plex announced that it was looking for beta testers for its upcoming native Windows 10 app. The app is now in closed beta, and based on the screenshots provided to us by a reader, we're in for a treat.
Plex for Windows 10 is built from the ground up, with a modern user interface and slide-out menus:
The changes will make their way to the mobile client, but for now, the beta is focused on the desktop version. What are your thoughts on the upcoming universal Plex app?
Thanks Helmer Zandbergen!
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