Plex Labs is the place to learn more about the awesome tech behind Plex, discover some amazing contributions and third-party apps from our community, and even test drive some of our very own passion projects and experimental features. If you’re the kind of person who’s looking to level up your Plex experience and you’re not afraid to poke around under the hood, Plex Labs is for you. With your help, we can keep pushing the boundaries and making Plex even more awesome than it is today. You can read more about why we created Plex Labs over on the blog.
Global media key support, a high-quality audio path, and a permanent home in your tray.
No more buzz kill when listening to live albums. Seamlessly transition between tracks on an album.
Beautiful animations for music, with key colors extracted from album art.
Stop reaching for the volume knob. Loudness is normalized and smart transition points are computed between tracks, ensuring optimal listening flow.
Enjoy beautiful graphical views of songs, and seek easily to specific places in a song.
Explore your library in new ways with Library Radio, Time Travel Radio, and Artist Radio.
Webhooks are a Plex Pass feature which allows you to configure one or more URLs to get hit by the Plex Media Server when certain things happen. You can use webhooks for any number of purposes: home automation (such as dimming lights when you start playback), posting to Slack or Twitter, and more. The webhooks can be consumed by a custom HTTP server, or a service like Zapier.
Where would we be without love for and from our community? Third-Party Software showcases feature-rich plugins and apps that elevate your Plex experience. While they are unsupported, they’re well-loved and we’ve handpicked some of the most popular Plex community projects to share with you.
Tautulli integrates with Plex to provide you a feature-rich dashboard of statistics from user activity to a graphical history of streams, play count, along with configurable notifications, and more.
Learn more about Tautulli.
SyncLounge is a tool which allows you and your friends (and family) to watch Plex content in sync, across platforms, wherever you are (in multiple locations!).
Learn more about SyncLounge.
Below are the latest stable Plexamp builds for macOS, Windows and Linux.