Kodi is one of the open streaming platforms which not only supports a vast variety of audio, video, and image format, it is built to support very large screens. They call it “a 10-foot user interface” which can span on any TV of any size and even bigger. That said, the real beauty of Kodi is it being the free and open source (GPL) unlike popular software like Plex where at one point you need to pay a premium.Coming back to the original point, Plex, the popular media server software has released their plugin for Kodi users, and it doesn’t ask for premium membership. Prior to this, Plex extension for Kodi was available only for members. So now you can combine best experiences from both the services and watch it on your big screen. While Plex is brilliant when it comes to organizing stuff, Kodi just takes down everybody with its user interface and versatility.
However, Plex premium option like Audio fingerprinting, parental control, and multiple user control is not available through the plugin. You will need to have a premium membership to access it which is important if you have a teenager kid at your home.
You can download Kodi’s Plex extension from here.