Plex today announced their new Plex Cloud service has exited beta, and is now available for all Plex Pass subscribers.
Plex Cloud lets you stream your media from a number of cloud storage services, including OneDrive, Dropbox and Google Drive, letting Plex users simply store their media in the cloud without an always online home server, and stream content to their Windows 10 PC, Xbox One, Mac, or even your TV.
See a video describing the service below:
Plex Cloud is bundled with Plex Pass which costs $4.99 a month. It is worth noting that OneDrive is quite strict on copyright infringement, and while they are happy for you to upload music and photos, videos may be an issue, which can lead to issues as serious as having your account suspended or the police being involved.
You can read more at the Plex Blog here.