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Media center maker Plex took a big leap to the web Wednesday with the introduction of a web-based Plex client that allows users to access their Plex library from any browser. The company also took a first step towards monetization with the introduction of a subscription tier called PlexPass.

The Plex web client will offer users access to their own media files as well as online content from sites like YouTube and Vimeo. Users will also be able to access any media shared with them by other Plex users through the MyPlex cloud service, and can manage their media libraries with it. “In short, this new web client is the most powerful Plex client around,” wrote Plex developer Elan Feingold in the announcement blog post.

Feingold added that the client is still in beta. That is one of the reasons it’s only made available to a select group of…

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