PLEX vs KODI for NAS in 2019/2020
What are Plex and Kodi?
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Plex is a streaming media server that lets you play movies, shows, and music on your TV and computer, mobile devices and streaming boxes. It sorts and manages your library, with full support for metadata and advanced features like on-the-fly video and audio conversion. It’s compatible with most streaming devices, including Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and Fire Stick, and many more. Plex also has official apps for Android and iOS.
For your computer, you can download the latest version of Plex server here. You can find the right Plex client for each device in your app store. Plex is available for free, but also has a subscription service that unlocks premium features.
Kodi is streaming media software that runs on your TV, computer, and mobile or streaming devices. It’s an open source project, with support for a huge array of addons, or software plugins, that let you stream content from the web or play downloaded videos and music. Kodi is known for being extremely customizable. With a little time and effort you’re guaranteed to find a look and feel that you love.
The latest version of Kodi is 17.5, and it’s available to download right here. Kodi is entirely free.
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