KODI Posts on XDA

Yatse is an all-in-one remote for Kodi and Plex servers

I consider myself a media junkie of sorts, with a large collection of movies and TV shows in the form of physical media. I also like to keep digital copies of my media just in case, and so I have a growing collection of media in digital form. Watching that across devices can be hard,...

[Update: Fix rolling out] Kodi devs say Sony’s Android TV devices block their app

Kodi (formerly XBMC) is an open-source cross-platform media streaming solution that is often associated (albeit unfairly) with piracy. While it's true that Kodi does technically facilitate movie and TV show piracy, that's not its intended purpose. Kodi is designed to let you stream media content from local or networked storage drives, and facilitating piracy is more...

Kodi 18 is now out with support for Android TV Leanback, gaming emulators, DRM decryption, and more

Kodi is the most popular, free and open-source software for managing your personal multimedia collection, both offline and online. Its cross-platform nature lets you install it on almost any machine, even on IoT devices like the Raspberry Pi. Kodi has the power to turn your PC, laptop, TV, smartphone, or tablet into a set-top box....

Kodi 18 Alpha Adds Google Assistant Integration to Android TV

Anyone with a large local collection of digital TV shows and movies has likely heard of Kodi before. It's the successor to XBMC (Xbox Media Center), a mod for Microsoft's Xbox that transformed the game console into a veritable media player, and it's grown into its own. Kodi has gained a ton of functionality and...

Kodi 18 Finally Available As 64-bit App for Windows

We don't often feature Kodi on the Portal, but it has a place in our hearts. The XBMC successor is the most feature-rich media player application available on almost every platform. Now, Martijn Kaijser from the team announced a next milestone of the project. Kodi is a free and open-source project, which grew into a huge multi-platform...