Linux packages for Plex Media Player

AppImage is universal package format for Linux.

No need to install. No root required. Download AppImage file, make it executable, and run to start the application. Just like on Windows or Mac. It is as simple as that.

Works on all modern Linux distributions including Ubuntu 16.04 or newer, Mint 18 or newer, Fedora 24 or newer, Debian, Arch, openSUSE and others.

Official discussion thread on Plex Forums:
https://forums.plex.tv/discussion/278570/plex-media-player-packages-for-linux/p1

Release builds

Packages for official Plex Media Player releases.

Plex_Media_Player_2.7.0.806-608417d4_x64.AppImageDOWNLOAD
Plex_Media_Player_2.6.0.803-edcf527b_x64.AppImageDOWNLOAD
Plex_Media_Player_2.5.0.792-1bc7f225_x64.AppImageDOWNLOAD

Release builds 1.x

Previous Plex Media Player packages. For people who do not like the new UI.

Plex_Media_Player_1.3.12.755-fed6185a_x64.AppImageDOWNLOAD

Daily builds

Built every day. For people who want to check latest changes and improvements before an official release.

Plex_Media_Player_20180412_8018365b_x64.AppImageDOWNLOAD
Plex_Media_Player_20180314_8018365b_x64.AppImageDOWNLOAD
Plex_Media_Player_20180213_8018365b_x64.AppImageDOWNLOAD
Plex_Media_Player_20180211_54a020cd_x64.AppImageDOWNLOAD
Plex_Media_Player_20180111_9104c8d1_x64.AppImageDOWNLOAD

FAQ

Why there are no 32-bit packages?

The linuxdeployqt tool that is used for building the package is not available for x86 architexture.

Why it does not work on Ubuntu 14.04?

Trusty has too old compiler and base system library to make it work. Please see this bug for a more detailed explanation.

Plex website: https://www.plex.tv/
AppImage website: https://appimage.org/