Watch NCAA College football on Kodi, which Add-ons work best
Football season has started! Here's how to watch NCAA College Football on Kodi using the best add-ons for college football.Read more
Kodi Gurzil add-on: Should you install it? is it safe to use?
The Kodi Gurzil add-on provides access to a large media library, but is it worth your time? We took a closer look to try and find out.Read more
P2P Kodi add-ons: What are they? Should you use them?
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. ...Read more
Kodi Streamhub add-on: Should you install it? Is it safe to use?
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. ...Read more
Pulsar Kodi Add-on: What is it and should you install it?
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. ...Read more
Kodi UK Turk Playlists Add-on: what is it and should you install it?
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. ...Read more
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