Kodi - Review & Install Links

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Kodi is one of the most popular media servers with flexible settings and rich functions. Download Kodi for Android to make your old tablet great again!

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Average User Rating:
4.8
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Uninstall the app:

  1. Go to Settings menu
  2. Choose Apps or Application manager
  3. Touch the app you want to remove
  4. Press Uninstall

Features Review

Media Greatness

When you load Kodi, you see an elaborate interface allowing you to access almost anything you might want from a media center. You can access TV channels and radio, media servers and video hosting projects, set local or remote videos as favorites and browse through pictures.

The interface of Kodi resembles that of Smart TVs, so it’s easy to control with a default remote (or the built-in one in your phone if it has an IR port). It makes controlling it easier. On a TV box you can use it as your default application and access other services through it.

For better configuration, Kodi supports add-ons. With it, you can replace standalone apps (like YouTube or Vimeo). In this Kodi review, we warn you to be careful when installing the add-ons: some of them provide you with pirated content violating copyrights, so either avoid these or hide behind the VPN if you’re not sure whether this or that content provider works legally.

A New Life to Old Devices

Koid is equally great both for Android TV consoles and old tablets serving as media centers. The latter need to be connected to your TV and the Internet or used separately. Say, a 10-inch tablet with Kodi can work as a kitchen TV. Kodi has rather low requirements, so tablets that support Android 5.0 will work with Kodi as well.

It’s much easier to use on Android devices. There is version for iOS 8.o or later and for tvOS, but it requires jailbreak and a lot of fiddling after, so only true fans bother. Still, having an old iPad as a kitchen or garage TV is worth it.

Pros

● Easy interface both for touch controls and for remote;

● Lots of add-ons that provide content;

● Many legal TV and video services integrated;

● Local resources connected easily.

Cons

● Some add-ons bring the risk of copyright violation;

● Hard to install and use on iOS or Apple TV;

● Updates may remove some important features.

Media Center of Choice

For many users, Kodi has become the ultimate selection for organizing their media space. If you’re young and curious and don’t mind giving it some time and gray matter, download Kodi and first read the basic manuals, then enjoy.

Erno Uppa
Writer at AppSlam
Erno has been working with writing challenged clients for over four years. He especially enjoys testing and writing about new apps that make life easier.
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