There are several ways to install Kodi on Firestick or Amazon Fire TV, three of which we’ll outline here with step-by-step instructions.
Interested in the Covenant Kodi addon? In this piece, we’ll explain what it is, how it works, and whether you should use it or not.
For the most part, add-ons that stream content work by scraping links from several different websites. However, there are some which function differently using a peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing system to provide access to content.
The Kodi Streamhub add-on is a third-party plugin that provides access to live TV streams as well as on-demand content. It’s a fairly standard link scraper which finds content hosted on several different streaming sites and delivers them to the user.
Most Kodi add-ons simply find links to content and deliver them to the user, but some, like the Pulsar add-on, use peer-to-peer (P2P) networks instead. These allow the user to browse and download torrents directly from Kodi. In this article we’ll be explaining what the Pulsar add-on is and how it works.
UK Turk Playlists is a third-party Kodi add-on that offers both live TV channels and on-demand content. This add-on is what’s known as a link scraper: it gathers links from various streaming websites and aggregates them in one place for easier access.
Looking to use the Alluc Kodi add-on? This guide covers the Alluc Kodi add-on in more detail for new and experienced Kodi users.
Did you know that you could browse Reddit via Kodi? Our guide explains how to set up and configure the Reddit Viewer add-on in just a few minutes.
Quasar is an add-on for Kodi that allows users to stream torrent files as they download, but does it live up to the hype, and more importantly, is it safe?
Is the Bob Unleashed (formerly Bob Unrestricted) add-on safe and legal? This guide reviews the Bob Kodi add-on and whether it is legal and safe.