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MOBILE UPDATE: iOS and Android apps are now available!

The wait is over. The plug.dj mobile app is here and ready to be downloaded for FREE!

Thats right, Android and iOS versions are now available on Google Play and the Apple App Store!


We have a lot planned for future versions of the app! We’d love your help continuing to get the word out through social media and sharing with friends and family! Keep an eye out on our Facebook and Twitter for any updates about the app!

BUGS: If you come across any bugs, please report them on our support forum so we can grab a hammer and smash them.

FEATURE REQUESTS: For any awesome feature requests, please submit them here!

the plug.dj team


Newest BA Interviews! Behind the scenes. (Part 2)

Now that you have been in the role for a bit, is it different than you imagined it would be? If so, how?

Dee – There’s more work involved than people expect. We don’t just room hop and let people see our green badge! We’ve got tasks and such that keep us on our feet constantly.

Vixen – Yes and no. There is more than meets the eye, that is for sure! But overall, being a Brand Ambassador for plug.dj has been about what I expected.

VainGlorious – It is in many ways exactly how I imagined things to be when I applied, but I never thought I would gain so many excellent friendships so fast, not only within the BA program but all across the site.

greySynapse – Surprisingly so! I originally came in with the expectation of having assigned tasks from the Community Managers or Brand Ambassador leaders, and while that is partially the case, it’s a significantly self driven role requiring you to start your own projects to contribute towards the community, and brand.

Clannad – Yes, at first I imagined it would be a stressful role to play within the community. The Community Managers and the Brand Ambassador team have done a great job of making the whole working environment a friendly and easy to work in place.

WarriorCatsRox – Before joining the Brand Ambassador Team, I didn’t realize how much some of the Brand Ambassadors do for plug.dj! Many work around the clock to make sure things stay in order as well as try to make the site a fun and interesting place to be. Although it’s a lot of work at times, I enjoy helping out!

What is your favorite part about being a Brand Ambassador?

Dee – Being set as a bouncer in rooms even though I have global staff permissions. For real it would be the amount of thanks and happy people I see off too on a daily basis.

Vixen – The projects and getting to meet so many cool people!

VainGlorious – My favourite part so far is exploring new communities and having the opportunity to help other users. I also enjoy exercising the creative side of my brain as part of the blog and instagram teams!

greySynapse – My favorite part is interacting and working with the rest of the team on tasks together, in addition our projects come to fruition.

Clannad – Personally for me, my favorite part is being able to help people on plug.dj through both the site itself and the taskforces.

WarriorCatsRox – I love everything about being a Brand Ambassador! One thing that I particularly love is being able to visit many communities and listen to all sorts of different music. Before I became a Brand Ambassador, I spent most of my time in only one community. Becoming a Brand Ambassador gave me the opportunity to meet many different kinds of people.

What is the hardest part of the role for you?

Dee – Beating Burkes to SOS calls ;-;

Vixen – Time management. Sometimes you have to remind yourself that it is a volunteer role.

VainGlorious – I haven’t found anything to be overly challenging so far, but perhaps finding a new balance between work time and plug time. Work for me can be so hectic and hard to predict, it can be hard to manage my schedule efficiently.

greySynapse – It’s undoubtedly balancing obligations and time to try avoiding feeling overwhelmed with real life, friends, my hobbies, and Brand Ambassador duties.

Clannad – The hardest part of the role for me would be speaking up about things being discussed both in the main Brand Ambassador chats and the taskforce chats when I first became a Brand Ambassador. Since then I have become a lot more comfortable with sharing my thoughts with the rest of the team.

WarriorCatsRox – One thing that I find hard about being a Brand Ambassador is keeping up in some of the Taskforces. In some of them, there aren’t that many people in them, so it’s hard to keep up with some of the work. Sometimes it gets a little overwhelming!

What piece of advice would you give to someone who may be thinking about becoming a Brand Ambassador?

Dee – Don’t become a BA if you’ll take it easy. Constant communication with admins and tasks keep you checking group chats and jumping around plug rooms.

Vixen – Be creative, be upbeat, and don’t stop trying to make plug.dj better! plug.dj is who its users make it!

VainGlorious – If you have a passion for music and plug.dj, and are interested in being a part of this amazing team and contributing to the well-being of the website then apply! Don’t take it too seriously, have fun and let your skills shine.

greySynapse – You should always keep an open, and flexible mind throughout the process of the program and trial towards feedback you receive from other Brand Ambassadors or the Community Managers. It will often times help immensely when you need it but might not realize it at the time.

Clannad – Don’t be put off if you are not accepted the first time you apply. I first applied to become a Brand Ambassador back in mid 2015. After not being accepted I waited for a while and once plug.dj resurfaced in 2016 I thought it would be a great time to apply again and luckily was accepted into the program in early 2017.

WarriorCatsRox – If you are looking to become a Brand Ambassador, make sure not to give up if you aren’t accepted the first time! Even if you have applied before, you have plenty of time to improve yourself and become better. It just takes a little hard work and effort and you have a chance of being accepted! Never give up on a goal that you want to achieve.

By BA Vackule for his trial project!
More info on what a BA (Brand Ambassador is: https://plug.dj/ba

Newest BA Interviews! Getting to know them. (Part 1)

What first brought you to plug.dj?

Dee – I stumbled across it randomly while on holiday. A friend shared a link to the trap city room back in 2013.

Vixen – Gaming! I found out about plug.dj through friends that I game with.

VainGlorious – I belonged to a Harry Potter fan site called www.hogwartsishere.com and a few of the users there had linked the site and would use it sometimes for events.

greySynapse – Originally I was a turntable.fm user with a group of close friends and once we found out the site was being shut down we immediately began looking for a replacement. Eventually we came upon plug.dj and joined up together, creating a private community for our gaming group. As time went on they stopped using plug.dj and I remained, eventually exploring new communities leading up to where I am today.

Clannad – The first time I ever discovered plug.dj was back in 2014 when I was talking to people in a group chat online and one of them sent a link to their plug.dj community. I happily joined and since then have had many great moments on the site that I will remember.

WarriorCatsRox – I was actually taking a computers class at my school and saw that someone was using the site to listen to music. At the time, I was a very big fan of music and was tired of making playlists on YouTube. A lot of the songs on YouTube were getting old for me and I was tired of hearing the same songs over and over. As soon as I joined, I knew that I would love the site. I especially loved all the cute little avatars!

Why did you become a Brand Ambassador?

Dee – I became a brand ambassador because I enjoy helping people out, communicating with singers, producers and artists and generally gaining valuable volunteer experience.

Vixen – I totally support plug.dj and I totally love the idea of a community of all nationalities coming together through music!

VainGlorious – After making plug a part of my daily routine for over 2 years, I thought it would be a nice to give back as much I can and help plug.dj in whatever capacity to be a better place for us all to hang out and share music together.

greySynapse – I became a Brand Ambassador mainly because I wanted to assist more users than just the ones in my frequented community as I find the experience gratifying and thus enjoyable. While that’s still possible as a regular user, the Brand Ambassador role offers greater visibility. In addition I wanted to assist the plug.dj brand however I could through my design skills and anything else.

Clannad – The main reason I became a Brand Ambassador is because I wanted to help people within the community. I would love to see plug.dj grow back to the population it used to have and even surpass that.

WarriorCatsRox – I always wanted to do more to help out the plug.dj community as well as the people in it. Helping others always makes me smile and I enjoy doing it!

What is your favorite dinosaur?

Dee – Rory.

Vixen – How did you know?! I am obsessed with dinosaurs, but my favorite is a tie between velociraptor and allosaurus, mainly for their intelligence, pack-mentality, and hunting prowess! (In my mind they are all adorable puppies!)

VainGlorious – This one! HEHE http://i.imgur.com/bkaioVz.gif

greySynapse – After performing some excavating online to answer this question, velociraptors are probably my favorite dinosaurs based on they’re fast, carnivores, and skinny.

Clannad – Yoshi.

WarriorCatsRox – My favorite dinosaur is the T-Rex of course! They are a little scary I know, but they can’t reach you if you hide in a corner. They got a big head, but little arms!

By BA Vackule for his trial project!
More info on what a BA (Brand Ambassador is: https://plug.dj/ba

Community Feature Interview: Move It – Brasil

We are very happy to feature Move It – Brasil as the nominated favorite community for June 2017!

  1. What’s the best thing about your community?

The staff and user interaction in the chat is the best thing in the community. The staff is always receptive with new users helping them out with their questions and orientating them to have the best plug.dj experience, and the older users feel free to chill back and relax, play around with the rest of the known community members.


  1. What artists or genres of music have been popular in your community recently?

The most popular genres in the community are EDM, Rock, Pop and Rap/Hip-Hop, confirming the recent surveys made by Plug.


  1. What first inspired you to join/create this community?

At first the community was made to find out how is it to be a room owner on plug, what kind of powers and freedom it gives you, etc. Afterwards it was used to listen to music with friends, chat and relax.

After a while, discovering other rooms and how they worked, I decided, along with some friends, make the community grow with promotion as well as setting up everything the most popular rooms had: Bots, Rules, Facebook, Website, etc.

Today it’s the passion for the music that inspires to keep the community, make it grow as well as see people you can always rely on to share experiences and have some fun.


  1. What’s the best thing you’ve discovered on plug.dj?

The best thing is being able to find new people, new music and the differences between everyone, and despite the differences, being able to spend time together. It is being able to discover music of all kinds, make friends and have fun with everyone.


  1. What advice do you have for others working on starting a community?

My advice is to be patient, invite your friends to hang out in your room and with time other users will show up. Be always friendly with everyone that arrives in the room, define rules to keep to keep everyone satisfied and knowing how to set up bots and community customization helps your room too.

And most importantly, have dedication and love for what you do <3

Brand Ambassador of the Month: greySynapse

1. What is your username on plug.dj and where do you like to hang out?

My username on the site is greySynapse, though greenSynapse is a nickname I’ve picked up since becoming a Brand Ambassador. Lately I’ve been hanging out in House of Rock & Metal and [Trance House Chill] in addition to my home room, Nightcore-331.

2. What music and artists are you excited about right now?

Currently I’m stoked about listening to trance and metal-core. [Trance House Chill]’s recent 24-hour event has gotten me enthused about listening to progressive and vocal trance again, primarily tunes under the Anjunabeats record label. In regards to metal-core I’ve been listening to Of Mice & Men’s first album, Rest, Repose, and Ocean Ate Alaska with their new vocals

3. Where are you from? What do you do for fun when you’re not on plug.dj?

I’m from sunny northern California where we’ve been having some serious weather swings from hot to cold and back again repeatedly in the past month. When I’m not on the site I’m either reading science fiction, exploring new food spots, listening to audio-books, gaming with my friends, or working on a design project in Photoshop, Unity, or Visual Studio.

4. Are you in school, or do you have a job?

Both! I’m currently attending school for my bachelor’s with the intention of eventually working as a game developer, but currently I work part-time as a graphic designer and office assistant.

5. What are some things you hope to accomplish personally next year?

Some of my short term goals include: improving my After Effects skills by making new song mix videos, reading more Star Wars novels, and polishing recent work to showcase in my online portfolios. Within the next 8 months I intend to have gone snowboarding again which I haven’t in the past few years, and found a full-time job for next summer rather than part-time.

6. What inspires you to be a Brand Ambassador?

I was originally inspired to become a Brand Ambassador by my desire to contribute to more beyond just the community I was a part of, which at the time didn’t offer many opportunities for helping outside of moderation. As I’ve gotten to know and work with the rest of the Brand Ambassador team, they’ve become my source of inspiration through their constant creativity, hard work, and contributions towards the entire plug community.

7. How do you contribute to the plug.dj community as a BA?

A few ways I contribute through the BA program are: creating graphics for community events and the site’s blog, assisting wherever I can with site issues, answering queries or suggestions on our Reddit, and I’m currently planning and writing content for our Small Communities Task Force, as we’re aiming to start publishing new content in the coming months which I hope you’ll enjoy! 🙂

8. Why do you love plug.dj? What’s the most exciting thing about plug.dj?

Originally I joined plug.dj with my friends following the closure of turntable.fm. After a brief spell of using our small community together I started exploring the rest of the site and eventually got to meet dozens of interesting and passionate individuals from different communities. I love the international culture and accessibility that plug.dj provides for meeting new people with a shared interest in music.

What excites me the most about plug.dj is the never ending discovery. There’s something new to learn every single day whether that means discovering new artists or genres, learning a new skill or performing research to tackle an issue, encountering a new situation, or learning new cultural facts through the international community culture of plug.dj.

9. What’s the most common question you get about plug.dj, and how do you answer it?

There hasn’t been a question since the release of the mobile app that I’ve found to be overwhelmingly common. Most of the questions I’m asked are situational and unique!

Though if I had to choose one it would be “What’s a Brand Ambassador?” I’ll answer this question by providing a short summary of the role in addition to what I do within the program while explaining how each Brand Ambassador is unique in their contributions to the site though we often times work in tandem.

10. Any final thoughts, advice or shout outs you’d like to share?

In closing I’d like to share two things. “In music the passions enjoy themselves” – Friedrich Nietzsche, and a shout out to Ostekage for his patience for which I’m grateful.

Thanks for reading!

What are your favorite communities on plug.dj?

Communities are the key to making plug.dj a unique and fun place to share music. Sharing and discovering music together is a special experience many of us cherish on plug.dj.

We want to hear about communities that are special to you! We will periodically feature nominated communities here on the blog.

Users may nominate multiple communities. Communities may be nominated multiple times by multiple users!

Prepare the following information for your nomination:

  • Community name
  • Community URL (e.g. https://plug.dj/support)
  • Music theme description, if applicable
  • Genres, if applicable
  • How many users are in the community on a typical day?
  • Why this community is special to you?
  • Why you think we should feature this community?

We look forward to hearing about your favorite communities!

Your fellow community member,
Brand Ambassador margotron

Let me tell you a Secret…

I think people rarely talk about movies here, so let me bring a personal favorite Foreign language movie to you.

Movie Name: Secret
This is a Chinese movie. Directed by and starring  Jay Chou.

One of the best parts was this Piano battle part, and if you liked that, you should watch the rest of this movie. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-FdX1D5hVg

Full Movie I found on YouTube:


This movie’s storyline is good and interesting, and is related to music, love, family & time travel. Why is it so special & interesting? Tell us about how it made you feel after you watching it!

Hope you enjoy the movie and had a wonderful Easter weekend.

Your Brand Ambassador,


Songs To Get You Ready For Spring…

Spring break serves as an important reminder that winter will not, in fact, last forever—even if, as yet another cold front takes over much of the planet; it really, really feels like it will. If you’re headed somewhere warm, you’ll get some much-needed sun after months of vitamin D deficiency, and if you’re just hanging in your favorite plug.dj room for some quality chill time, you’ll certainly be ready to jam out to some upbeat tunes to get you ready for the warm weather that’s coming.

Regardless of your plans, no vacation is complete without the proper soundtrack to set the mood and get you pumped for the week ahead. From Bruno Mars to Drizzy Drake, here’s the perfect soundtrack to get you ready for spring.

Bruno Mars: 24K Magic – YouTube

First up, is the title track and lead single from Bruno’s latest synthesizes a bevy of influences into one of his most irresistible concoctions to date. This will get any party going this spring and/or help you to clean your entire place without stopping.

Rae Sremmurd: “Black Beatles” – YouTube

No matter how hard you try, there’s no escaping Rae Sremmurd’s “Black Beatles.” The hip-hop duo dominated the world with this hit, and it’ll likely take over your vacation as well. It’s highly likely that someone will try to get one last Mannequin Challenge in, not realizing that 2016 is long gone, but that’s okay. Be a good sport; hold still for close to 30 seconds before being allowed to resume your dancing, then rest assured knowing that you can point yourself out in the viral video clip to your grandchildren someday.

Jon Bellion: “All Time Low” – YouTube

While the entire album is worth a listen, it’s one song, “All Time Low,” that you’ll become obsessed with. Without exaggeration, this selection will smack you in the face with the heavyweight obviousness of a Tyson uppercut, but others jab away at you, slowly working you over until you’ve completely surrendered. “All Time Low” is one of those songs – oh, and there’s also an incredible live acoustic version. You need to hear this. 

Clean Bandit  “Rockabye ft. Sean Paul & Anne-Marie” – YouTube

As your week of freedom draws to a close, don’t fret — before you know it, summer will be here and you’ll have a solid three months to plan your next adventure or Game of Thrones viewing nights. Until then, make the most of the time you have left and rockabye baby with this goodie.

Drake – “Hotline Bling” – YouTube

No song is more appropriate for rounding out the end of spring break than Drake’s “Hotline Bling.” Not only do those cool, island instrumentals give off those #TakeMeBack vibes, but for those who returned to real life hoping to hear from that special someone you met, only to be met with radio silence, Drizzy knows all too well what you’re going through. After all, they don’t call him Sad Drake for nothing. Try not to lose hope — maybe that hotline will eventually bling.

Written by BA Ramel

User Experience Survey Results!

In February 2017, Brand Ambassador VᴬᴵᴺGᴸᴼᴿᴵᴼᵁS asked our users to complete a short survey on their plug.dj experiences and music listening and sharing habits as a part of her BA trial project. Over 1000 people responded and the results were quite fascinating! We want to thank everyone who participated and share this info-graphic displaying the results of the survey.

Tell us what you think in the comments below!
(signing in with email should work!)

Site Extensions: Third Party Developer Interview


Represented by TheDark1337

How did you discover plug.dj?

Discovered it via a Facebook post from Muzzy in November 2012 advertising his room to party.

What is plugCubed and what are some of the main functions of it?

plugCubed adds a whole new dimension to plug.dj with the ability to customize a room, autowoot, autojoin, inline images, AFK response, a ton of moderation tools such as ability to see deleted chat, online user IDs, chat logging, afk timers, song unavailable notifications, song in history, and song limit plus a ton more.

What inspired you to develop an extension for plug.dj?

I was not the original author of this script. Technically, it was Colgate & TAT also known as Chikachi, that created it way back in 2012.

What do you enjoy about developing an extension?

Honestly, learning all the fun new features of javaScript and learning better ways to program is what keeps me going. Plus the knowledge that my code is being used by a ton of people to better their experience on plug is a huge motivation boost.

What more can plug.dj do to support third party developers in the future?

I wouldn’t know how to answer how plug can support it better to be honest, maybe more transparency with what is updated and API docs.

What new features can we expect to see in the future for plugCubed?

Currently I am working on a brand new control panel (the original menu will stay of course) . New features will include: autocomplete for emoji. Tooltips for all emoji custom or not. Adding in all the other emojis (Tasty, FrankerFFZ, BetterTTV, Twitch Subscriber)


Represented by xBytez

How did you discover plug.dj?

I got introduced to plug.dj by a friend who I’ve known for a long time. He came across it via Monstercat. We joined Tastycat together and we stayed there for a bit. I joined plug.dj on the 29th of July 2013. Been hooked since day one.

What is RCS and what are some of the main functions of it?

RCS? A must-have extension for plug.dj. I cannot use plug.dj without it anymore. Our slogan/tagline says exactly what RCS is. The fastest, most sophisticated extension for plug.dj.

It’s hard to talk about main functions, we have so many features around, which is why some call us the powerhouse of plug.dj. One of the RCS-specific features that I personally love a lot is SmartVote and the many moderation features we provide.

What inspired you to develop an extension for plug.dj?

We used to be very plugCubed based but it was slacking. After the update (note how I started to work on RCS not long after the 2014 update?) plugCubed just didn’t function as I liked anymore.
The idea came up and we wanted to change the game, we wanted to work on our own thing but still available for everyone to use. We tried our best and we tried to listen to our users and get their feedback and rely on their support.

What do you enjoy about developing an extension?

Making something useful. We have quite the userbase for RCS right now and I love it. I love working on something that ends up being used, something that gets people excited and something that’ll truly enhance people’s experience on the website.
To make things easier, more fun, prettier, what not.

What more can plug.dj do to support third party developers in the future?

Since I am working for plug.dj as a full stack developer, I kind of already support myself where needed. I don’t think this is a question I can answer. If I need something, I’ll add it in.

RCS has become one of the most popular extensions used on plug.dj, what can we expect from RCS in the near future?

Good question! We do have some things on our roadmap but that’s not quite done/planned. We honestly just throwing ideas around as of now and working on small things here and there as we fit. There’s not really something huge that we have planned/not announced. We just keep doing what we do, and that is hoping to truly enhance your plug.dj experience.


Represented by RubyChan

How did you discover plug.dj?

I don’t know exactly anymore how I discovered Plug.dj but I can remember that it was a long time ago and that I joined in to see what it was like but never really got into it, that was the old version with a tiny chat on the top right.
But since I didn’t really get into it, I stopped using it, but then later on when I was talking a lot with friends and tried to watch some videos together I looked up on Google for websites to watch videos together and found Plug.dj again, and figured out that I used this site some time ago and my account details still worked. I was happy that I could use it again, and since I was slowly getting into Nightcore, I thought “maybe there is a nightcore room in here” so I looked it up and found Nightcore-331 in which I stood in and enjoyed my time in.

What is MikuPlugin and what are some of the main functions of it?

MikuPlugin is a plugin like all the others, it has the main features it should have like seeing who grabbed, wooted or mehed a song, custom afk messages, custom mentions, history check, max. mehs for pinging the user, etc.

What inspired you to develop an extension for plug.dj?

I got inspired to develop an extension for Plug.dj because I like being able to create certain things that I can use myself as well as share it with others, I just felt like I wanted to have my own plugin that could do the same kind of things like the others and maybe even more.

What do you enjoy about developing an extension?

Well, I enjoy developing an extension because I like to be able to create my own things, and learning new things that I could use later.

What more can plug.dj do to support third party developers in the future?

I have no clue what Plug.DJ can do more to support extension creators, maybe adding a custom role for “verified” third party developers (“verified” meaning that they had filled in a certain form with their plugin etc, and being checked by the PlugDJ staff and giving them also access to better and faster support with BA’s/Admins.

Whilst on plug.dj what has been the most effective way to showcase your extension?

The most effective way to showcase MikuPlugin for me was just trying to make things, and showing my friends what I made and how it worked, allowing them to use it as well, and use it in the main room I was in and giving it more features in there its features based on what the room needed. That’s why MikuPlugin has a Max Mehs (1/10th of room features which is a feature that lets the user know when 1/10th of the users in the room have downvoted the current playing video.


Represented by ReAnna

How did you discover plug.dj?

I first heard of plug.dj in 2013 from a friend, but only occasionally used it at that point. I really got into it in early 2014 when I found a k-pop community, then called “Girl Generation Fanclub” which later became WE ♥ KPOP.

The WE ♥ KPOP community has since moved on from plug.dj, but I still do some plug.dj-related things 🙂

What is ExtPlug and what are some of the main functions of it?

ExtPlug is an “extension framework”. It provides developers with tools to more easily create customizations called “Plugins” for plug.dj. Users can install and remove plugins using the ExtPlug control panel.

One of the tools provided by ExtPlug is “plug-modules” (https://github.com/extplug/plug-modules), which gives plugins access to almost all of plug.dj’s client-side internals. This means that plugins can integrate extremely well with plug.dj. One example that I’m really happy with is the user-profiles plugin (https://github.com/extplug/user-profiles#readme), which allows you to view profile pages of other users inside plug.dj, without opening a separate tab. These profile pages use plug.dj’s own UI elements, so they look and feel as if they are really a part of plug.dj.

In hindsight I should perhaps have picked a different name because “ExtPlug” is really hard to pronounce.

What inspired you to develop an extension for plug.dj?

I used to have all kinds of small custom scripts on plug.dj—one for full-size video (which is now a default plug.dj feature), one for autowoot, etc. At some point I decided I wanted to be able to control all these scripts through the plug.dj user interface directly, and started writing what would become ExtPlug.

What do you enjoy about developing an extension?

It’s really neat to make a thing that works. I also really enjoy figuring out how the internals of the plug.dj website work, which can be a bit tricky sometimes because the code is very obfuscated.

The coolest thing is when people other than myself actually use it. Weirdly, I really like getting bug reports because it means people are actually running a thing I worked on.

What more can plug.dj do to support third party developers in the future?

The #coding channel on the Discord is already a really good place for developers to connect and learn. It’s easily accessible and reasonably friendly. Outside of opening up the front-end source code, which probably isn’t going to happen, that’s the most important thing to have.

How do you plan on improving ExtPlug in the near future?

So far it’s been quite tricky to search for and use plugins–you’d have to know to find them on Github and copy URLs from there into plug.dj. ExtPlug as a whole has been mostly geared towards developers so far. There will be a new version out in the next couple of weeks, that adds a plugin search engine right inside the plug.dj UI. That’ll make ExtPlug a lot easier to use for everyone.

After finishing the new version I’ll focus on making a simple website to showcase some of ExtPlug’s features, and writing more documentation that’ll hopefully help other developers get started with ExtPlug too.

Interviews conducted by Brand Ambassador, Clannad