Kodi is an award-winning and most popular free open source media server software, previously known as XBMC, Kodi can be installed on streaming devices running on Android, iOS, Linux, Mac OS X, or Windows operating systems.
Kodi is a media player which organises a library of media. So usually you need to place your media into the library first and then you can access them on your device.
Generally, Kodi itself do not host any files but any 3rd user can create a repository file host. Kodi users can install the repository addon on their device and access entertainment at ease.
Kodi is the best place for watching TV shows, movies, sports programming, music, live TV, images and much more.
Kodi has released Kodi 18 Leia for Android devices.
Features of Kodi 18:
- New skin Mod – Estuary
- Performance improvements
- Buffer issues improvements
- Smooth design
Download Kodi 18 Leia:
How to Check for your Device Bit?
- Download Antutu Benchmark on your device.
- Open the app and then tap the “Info” tab at the bottom.
- Now beside Android, it will show the Android version you’re running and what bit the OS is.
How to Use Kodi?
Step 1. Open Kodi.
Step 2. Click on Add-0ns present on left menu sidebar.
Step 3. Now Click on Box Icon on left top.
Step 4. Now Click on Install from Repository.
Step 5. And Click on Kodi Add-On Repository. (This repository is present by default)
Step 6. Here look for Program Add-ons.
Step 7. Look for any of your preferred add-ons and install it.
The official Kodi version does not contain any content what so ever. This means that you should provide your own content from a local or remote storage location, DVD, Blu-Ray or any other media carrier that you own. Additionally, Kodi allows you to install third-party plugins that may provide access to content that is freely available on the official content provider website.
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