The popular media streaming app Plex has updated its Windows Phone port to version 1.7 with a number of new features, including support for Play Queues and more.

Here's the change log for the app update, which includes a detail list of bug fixes, which is rare to see in a Windows Phone app:


  • Support for Play Queues
  • (Sync) Synced content can be marked watched or unwatched
  • (UI) Save applied filters and sorts for each library
  • (UI) Rename the old Queue to Watch Later
  • Improved bug reporting infrastructure


  • (UI) Minimize home page application bar
  • (UI) Library page semantic zoom wasn't being restored after removing the synced filter
  • (UI) The wrong artwork could be displayed for old Watch Later videos
  • (UI) Restore library pages correctly when resuming
  • (Video) Garbled playback when playing direct-streamed MP3 audio
  • (Sync) A number of issues with saved playback state for synced video
  • A number of user-submitted crashes

Keep in mind that the free Plex Media Server must be installed on a local PC to stream content to the Windows Phone app, which costs $4.99 .What do you think of this new Flex update? "Thanks to Rafael for the tip!*


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