Plex App Gains Support for iPad Split View and Slide Over

Plex App Gains Support for iPad Split View and Slide Over

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Plex has released an update to its iOS app that brings support for iPad Split View and Slide Over, as well as numerous bug fixes and improvements.

Plex magically organizes your media libraries and streams them to any device – including all your video, music, and photo libraries. With a Plex Pass, supported tuner, and digital antenna, you can also watch and record FREE over-the-air broadcast TV, including major networks. You can also enjoy podcasts Plus Plex News – the most balanced and comprehensive personalized video newsfeed out there. Try Plex FREE!

Plex App Gains Support for iPad Split View and Slide OverPlex App Gains Support for iPad Split View and Slide Over

What's New In This Version:
NEW:
- Added support for iPad Split View and Slide Over.
- Auto Play setting can be changed when casting to Chromecast.
- Subtitle Position setting can be changed when casting to compatible players and Chromecast.

FIXED:
- Changed the skip previous threshold time from 3 to 5 seconds.
- Fixed an issue where home hubs might fail to load in some circumstances.
- Fixed crash that could occur when switching to another player.
- Fixed crash trying to play videos under some circumstances.
- Fixed filter screen performing 2 requests to PMS.
- Renamed audio boost setting to "Multi-Channel Audio Boost" and only show it when applicable (when audio is converted from multi-channel to stereo).
- Sign out the user when restoring an iCloud backup to a different device.
- Sometimes when playback finishes with the Enhanced Video player, the app would get stuck.
- The Enhanced Video Player would show "slow connection" errors unnecessarily.
- The user picker now shows a message if you cannot change users.

You can download Plex from the App Store for free.

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