Flex TV
Flex TV can be used by a user to remotely control their home theater systems by interfacing with the API's of several other popular web applications, including Plex, Couchpotato, Sonarr, Radarr, and Sickbeard/Sickrage. Flex TV supports a wide array of commands, from "Play ghostbusters" to "What new movies do I have?". If media is not available, you can add it to watch lists in your favorite application. Requires installation of the Phlex agent on a home PC. Supports Windows, Linux, Mac, and Docker. For more information, visit: https://phlexchat.com/get
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Ask your assistant
Ask Flex TV to pause playback
Ask Flex TV to play The Fifth Element
Ask Flex TV what new movies I have
Ask Flex TV what's on deck
Movies, photos & TV
Available devices
Android 6.0+ watches
Android 6.0+ TVs
Google Home
Android 5.0+ phones
iOS 10.0+ devices
Smart Displays
54 users
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Ripping Portland
October 5, 2018
The page to link it hasn't loaded in weeks not working
David Holmes
September 10, 2018
peter baldessari
August 20, 2018
I want Italian Language. If you want i can help you with traslation
Alessandro Maggio
August 11, 2018
Not working.
Nick F
July 19, 2018
The developer has been persistent and amazing in their development for some time now. I've been using it in different forms for a while now but always end up having it stop working. This seems to work pretty good from what I've tested so far, I'm just happy to have it working again. There's some inconsistencies but it's expected and it's nuts Plex hasn't done anything officially with Google Home yet.
Nic Cage
July 5, 2018
A very good effort to connect Google Assistant (and not only...) to Plex. Has some reliability issues at times unfortunately and seems to be unable to connect to anything other than Chromecast for playback.
Kostas Kavourakis
June 22, 2018
To be completely fair, the author of this service is doing a ton of amazing work, mostly for free. He's implementing one of the most requested Plex features himself, since Plex can't be bothered to do it. And when it works, it's really cool! So, why the three stars? Well... it only seems to work around 30% of the time. There always seems to be some part that isn't working, or an account link issue, or a syntax handling problem... all of which is totally understandable for a one man independently developed feature. I can't help but wonder if it'd be better if Plex just hired him, made it an official feature, and put some real resources behind it.
Brian Cohen (Brian H Cohen)
June 15, 2018
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