We have made it super easy to cancel Plexamp subscription
at the root to avoid any and all mediums "Plex Labs" (the developer) uses to bill you.
Now let us get into the crux of this guide.
Table of Contents:
A few things to note and do before cancelling:
To cancel your Plexamp subscription on PayPal, do the following:
To delete Plexamp from your iPhone, Follow these steps:
** You'll need a Plex Media Server and an active Plex Pass to use this app ** ** From the same people who brought you the Plex app ** ** PS - If you’re new to Plex, download the Plex app first ** this app is the answer to the question "what would happen if you gave a handful of Plex music and pixel nerds a few cocktails and free rein to create the app of their dreams?" this app is a beautiful, dedicated Plex music player with tons of goodies for audiophile purists, music curators, and music fans of all ages looking for their next aural fix. SUPER AUDIO PLAYER Loudness leveling, true gapless playback, Sweet Fades™, soft transitions, a configurable preamp, a 7-band EQ, and more. Perfection for golden ears, buttery smooth touches for the rest of us. Custom pre-caching so your music keeps playing, because sometimes life brings you through tunnels. MUSIC TO YOUR EYES Experience your music collection like you’ve never seen it before, with our UltraBlur backgrounds, over a dozen hypnotic visualizers, and four visual themes to satisfy every taste. FIND YOUR FIX Radios built from your library and your cooler friends' collections. Travel through time, pick a style or mood, or listen album-by-album like the purist you are. Use the Mix Builder to explore and craft your perfect blend. Explore your personal charts and see what you were into last Fall or your top albums from the 60s. OFFLINE BLISS Grab a few hours of your favorite playlist or stations with just a few taps. Download a custom mix or artist radio for the plane. Simple but powerful offline support for when you’re in the woods or run out of cellular data. IT’S THE LITTLE THINGS Powerful search. Playback activity history. Swipe-up play queue peeking. Fun artist explorations. As many settings and tweaks as our resident UXpert let us add. ENTERPRISE CLASS CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT Just kidding. It's a music player. Follow us on Twitter @this app
This is a beautiful app and a great way to finally be able to browse my Plex music properly rather than using the main Plex app. The visualizations for the Now Playing screen are cool, and kind of a throw back to the old school days of playing music on your computer with iTunes or Winamp. I love the built in “radio” stations especially the “Mix Builder” which allows you to create a shuffle of your own music based on similar artists. this app is smart enough to know which artists to suggest from your library as you add them, which ends up creating a great mix. After seeing the developer comments on some of these reviews I do see there is a way to browse all artists, albums, etc which is to click on the header “Recently added music” then click the ... icon in upper right. From there you can browse by artist, album or track with a variety of sorts available as well. If I had one critique of the app it would be that is not very intuitive to find. I would never have figured that out had I not seen the dev response. Another thing that threw me for a loop was making sure I was on the right music library under Settings>Source. I was on my audiobooks library instead of my music library by default. It might be useful for there to be a little guided setup tutorial when first signing into the app? Anyway, all in all, a great app and I’m super excited to have it!
Love the advanced visualizer. Smooth and seamless UI. I will definitely be using this daily. I mentioned this under the Plex Dash review but I just wanted to know if this properly communicates with plex servers. When I stop playback on this app, it still shows up on Plex Dash and it doesn’t disappear. When using the regular Plex app, it works properly; as soon as playback stops or album ends, it disappears from now playing, but not with this app. Other than that, everything works flawlessly. It was easy to set up and adjust my settings. Can’t wait for future releases. Thank you for an amazing app!
It’s this app, but on your phone. I wish the mobile version had Cast support, though as a Labs app that’s understandable. Downloads should also sync with the normal Plex app, if possible. So music downloaded in one is accessible in the other. Going against everyone else, I’m all for splitting the Plex system up into multiple apps. It doesn’t make sense to include Plex Dash in the main Plex app, because only server admins need it. The same is true for this app, because music is vastly different than movies and TV. The main Plex apps lump them all together with only minor distinctions.
I’ve wanted an app like this for years. The UX on the main app was not designed with music in mind first, especially on web. The music experience (and especially audiobook experience) has been so bad for so long I actually resolved to make my own open source react native client. I had put about 10 hours into the project this week when this app was released. The UI is still a little rough around the edges. But it’s satisfactory and understandable for a v1. I’m very optimistic for the future of this app. Hopefully this continues to be developed and isn’t sentenced to death by Plex execs.
By Game Epidemic
I’ve been using this app for a few days now to play my music instead of the standard Plex app and it’s been pretty great overall. Beautifully designed, butter smooth, and lots of great power user options. I’d I could make one suggestion it would be to make your library more front and center as opposed to just recent things. Other than that absolutely impeccable work. I know that this is a passion project from a few people at Plex and I wholeheartedly appreciate your hard work!
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