KodiAddons, The Future of Online Streaming, Available for Computers, Tablets and Android TV Devices
Brooklyn, NY ( bizpr.us ) May 21, 2016 – It has now been several years since TVADDONS.AG launched as the premier resource for unofficial KodiAddons, meant to interface online streaming web sites with the open source Kodi media player. Kodi is compatible with a wide range of platforms, including Mac, Windows, Android, Apple TV, iOS, Raspberry Pi and more. It is as simple as downloading Kodi, then configuring it with the best KodiAddons, takes about ten minutes tops.
“KodiAddons simply interface with content already available online, we have nothing to do with content distribution. It is for this reason that Kodi is far safer than torrents and apps like Popcorn Time, which turn the user’s system into a server,” says a senior developer within the Kodiaddon community.
Kodi is used by about fifteen million people worldwide, the majority of whom employ KodiAddons so that they can watch all the best online streaming content. It is entirely free of charges and gives you access to every movie and television show ever made, live sports, live TV channels, international content and music. KodiAddons are also avaiable freely, with no cost whatsoever.
Once Kodi is installed to a compatible hardware device, users must first configure the Fusion Installer, which is basically a portal to the world of KodiAddons through the media player interface. At that point, there are both manual and automated methods of configuring KodiAddons, depending on the user’s level of experience. Most users choose the automated Config Wizard method, while other prefer to pick and choose what they want to install, using the Addon Installer tool.
TV ADDONS was launched as XBMC HUB in 2012 when the discussion of unofficial KodiAddons was banned from official Kodi support channels. It has since grown far beyond expectation, boasting millions of visitors per month and about fifteen million active users. There are over twenty third party software developers who call it their home.