The Kodi Media Center is an entertainment hub for your Home Theater.
It's award-winning, cross-platform software media player will turn your mobile device into a fully-fledged home cinema.
You can easily browser your entire media collection through a beautifully designed user interface.
Kodi supports themes so you can personalize and adjust the user interface experience to your liking.
You can easily supply Kodi with your media library from various storage locations, be it remote or local.
The streaming of copyrighted content is in no way endorsed or implied and it was build for you to enjoy media you own a license for.
- Price: Free
- Category: Video Players & Editors
- Developer: XMBC Foundation
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How To Uninstall
- Tap Settings Menu
- Open The Application Manager
- Select The App
- Press "Uninstall"
- Tap & Hold App Icon
- Wait Until All App Icons Wiggle
- Release & Tap Small "X" Icon Above App
- Open The "Apps List"
- Select App To Remove
- Wait For Menu To Open
- Tap "Uninstall" In Newly Opened Menu
- Confirm "Yes" To Uninstall App
I am not ashamed to admit publicly that I'm in love with Kodi!
Kodi is my favorite media center app, ever. It won't change, no matter what. Over the last decade Kodi developed from this small open-source project into one of the top media center softwares.
Today there are even Kodi set-top boxes available that just like Chromecast or Apple TV manage your media library.
Sadly Kodi has gained kind of a negative reputation over the last few years, mainly because there were/are a lot of people using it for illegal purposes though means of third-party Kodi plugins.
Customizing Kodi & Kodi Themes
The advantage I see in using Kodi over other solutions is simple, Kodi is 100% customizable. You can choose from thousands of available themes. With a little know-how you can even roll your own and really adjust it to your personal taste.
Another thing I absolutely love about Kodi is that you're not tied to a single platform. Kodi is compatible with macOS, Android, linux, raspberry PI and pretty much any other platform.
For example you can use Kodi to stream media from your Android device to your TV using an Amazon Fire TV stick. Pretty much any combination of platforms is possible.
Kodi itself is absolutely legal, I've seen many questions regarding this subject. But as long as you use Kodi for it's intended purpose; which is to manage and stream your LEGAL media library contents; and not for streaming and managing illegally downloaded content, you're fine.
Kodi is an absolutely great tool, if used right. You can easily manage all of your legally purchased media content, or your home videos, music, pictures, games and much more. And on top of that it's free.
What's not to love about Kodi?
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