The developers of the Plex Media Player application announced a new release this week, revealing the launch of the new Plex for Kodi plugin.
With this plugin, you can access the full Plex experience from the Kodi application, which used to be called XBMC and is basically an advanced media player that allows you to watch and listen to a range of content from a number of services via the plugins.
Plex explained more about the addition with the following:
If you’re a home theater nut who’s been following along at home, you’ve probably heard of Kodi. Maybe you’ve even flirted with it (gasp!) as an alternative to Plex! It’s okay, we’re not mad! The truth is Kodi is a pretty powerful media player in its own right, and if you want infinite customizability and more switches and knobs than you can shake a stick at, Kodi may be the player for you. Today, we’re announcing a brand new way to have your cake and eat it too in the form of an official Plex add-on for Kodi.
We’ve been working closely with some of the best Kodi add-on developers in the world to create an awesome, fully-immersive Plex experience within Kodi. Seriously: once you’re up and running, you’ll never know it’s not Plex! You get the same Plex server discovery, user switching, gorgeous library browsing, and media playback experience you know and love, plus a few (okay, a few dozen) more settings to tweak to your heart’s content. The Plex for Kodi add-on is a Plex Pass only preview, and you can find it in the new Plex for Kodi forums.
You can read more about the launch at the source link below.