Plex Cloud Service shutting down on November 30


As of you know Plex has become very popular in just two years. Plex cloud streaming services have acquired a lot of subscribers from 2016 until now. This services can be accessed by the google drive users, Dropbox and One drive users. But you may have noticed that Plex has stopped giving any update for cloud streaming from last February. This is because they wanted to make some technical update for best quality services at a reasonable price. But they failed.

The Plex service providers have announced the end of could streaming service from Plex on November 30. This is really a bad news for the Plex subscribers. They used to enjoy a lot of videos offline and online even through Plex could streaming. They can easily store any video in the clouds and enjoy it later. But unfortunately, from now, you have to have a good storing capacity in your device to enjoy the videos because the Plex cloud streaming service is getting closed. Though their Plex DVR service will be working still the clouds streaming is going to be off the air.

In its most recent update, Plex explained, “We hold ourselves to a high standard, and unfortunately, after a lot of investigation and thought, we haven’t found a solution capable of delivering a truly first class Plex experience to Plex Cloud users at a reasonable cost. While we are super bummed about the impact this will have on our happy Cloud users, ending support for it will allow us to focus on improving core functionality, adding new features and content, and delivering on our mission to provide a world-class product that we can all rely on and enjoy.”

The service providing team have mentioned about some technical problems that caused the shutdown of Plex cloud streaming service. They are not able to provide the best quality service at a reasonable price for their customers this is why they have decided to discontinue the service of Plex cloud streaming. Be ready to wave goodbye to your favourite cloud streaming service and make your device ready to take the load of videos and it’s storage.

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