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Happy Valentine’s Day!

, | 12 Feb 2014 | by 5 Comments

[Just to note, these promotions have now ended. Hope you all had a great Valentine’s Day!]

It’s that time of the year! It’s finally starting to warm up, and love is in the air. Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and now would be a great time to get around to ordering flowers. Or chocolate. Or bacon. Oh, and we’re running our biggest ever sale.

Until Valentine’s Day, we’re offering all our mobile apps for 50% off: iOS, AndroidWindows Phone, and Windows 8. Not enough sale for you? We’re also offering 3 bonus months on a yearly Plex Pass bought with PayPal (that’s 15 months for the price of 12).

We’ll be back soon with more exciting updates; as usual, we’re busy working night and day on making your Plex experience even more awesome. (Oh, and if you’re a world-class Android coder – or know one – drop us a line.)

Barkley’s got his eye on a cute ridgeback in the neighborhood.

50 percent barkley take 2

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5 Comments so far

  1. olavjunior February 13th, 2014 1:16 am

    I bought a new plex pass two days ago. I even checked out you valentines play sales, but only apps were on sale then :-( weep

  2. Sandra Ribeiro February 13th, 2014 2:46 am

    Bartley is in love with Plex. How I can relate to that! Lol

  3. Nape February 13th, 2014 11:44 pm

    Thanks for the nise offer… but I’d rather wait and buy when Synology DS214play hardware transcoding (Intel Evansport CE5335) available. You can count lot of a customers in queue if add the support.

  4. Robert Lominski February 14th, 2014 8:18 am

    Barkley must really be in love – that’s some serious drool!

  5. Reid Clark February 22nd, 2014 7:10 am

    I would like to know if there can be a stand alone platform independant app (ie. air, java, etc) that can just display the server activity (!/notifications) in a stand alone application. If that is not possible then maybe instead of displaying the direct webpage in the app, you could have plex generate an rss feed of the activity and then parse the rss feed into an app.

    Let me know.

    PS. – I am absolutely in love with the plex platform. So much better than everything else that is available (and trust me, I have tried them all)!

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