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For a long time, SuperRepo was the place to go for Kodi addons. However, its vast amount of content was a double-edged sword, with users frequently finding the addons they installed to be broken, abandoned, or effectively replaced by a different version in a different repo.

While the SuperRepo website is still up and running, it is extremely out of date, and its repositories can’t actually be installed on modern Kodi systems. The developer hasn’t released any version of SuperRepo for Kodi 18 or 19 and hasn’t stated that they plan to either, so for all intents and purposes, this repo is dead.

So where should Kodi users look for new addons now? With SuperRepo and Indigo out of commission, it’s all too easy to stumble across repos dedicated to copyright-infringing content. What if we told you that there was another option; a way to access your favorite services legally while taking advantage of Kodi’s many customization options? Below, we’ll explain how to do just that, but first, some important info.

Staying safe while using Kodi

Every third-party repository comes with some degree of risk. You are, after all, installing a program that someone else created. In the past, we’ve seen all kinds of threats, from developers hiding crypto-miners in their addons to bad actors snapping up previously trusted GitHub accounts and pushing out malicious updates.

There is a way to prevent this whilst ensuring that your data remains private, though. You can use a virtual private network (VPN) to encrypt all traffic to and from your computer, thereby obfuscating any information that is transferred and stopping your ISP from limiting your speed. We recommend NordVPN – it’s a highly secure service with first-class speeds and a proven no-logging policy.

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Comparitech does not condone or encourage any violation of copyright restrictions, including illegal streaming through Kodi. Kodi can be used for many excellent, legal online streaming purposes. Please consider the law, victims, and risks of piracy before downloading or streaming copyrighted material without permission.

Best SuperRepo alternative: The official Kodi repository

If you’ve been using Kodi for any length of time, you’re likely very aware of how quickly developers, projects, and entire repositories can vanish. This might be because they get tired of creating addons, they didn’t want to make the jump to Python3, or because they were forced to by legal threats.

Do you know which repo can’t suddenly disappear? The one that’s built into Kodi. Another major advantage of the official repo is that it only contains legitimate, malware-free addons, as opposed to sketchy “free TV” (read: pirate IPTV) addons that are frequently recommended elsewhere online.

There are some really great addons included in the Kodi repo too. Here’s a short list of our favorites (note that some of these are only available for Kodi 18):

  • Adult Swim
  • Crackle
  • DAZN
  • ESPN 3
  • Food Network
  • iPlayer WWW
  • MLB.TV
  • National Geographic
  • PlutoTV
  • Popcornflix
  • Rai Play
  • Sling.tv
  • Twitch
  • Vimeo
  • YouTube

Kodi: Frequently Asked Questions

How do I install addons from the Kodi repository?

Installing new addons is really quite simple. Here's how:

  1. From Kodi's home screen, click Add-ons in the list on the left-hand side.
  2. Click on the box icon in the top-left of the screen
  3. Select Install from repository
  4. Choose Kodi Add-on repository (if you see a screen where the top option is "Audio decoders", you didn't have any other options and have automatically open the Kodi repo)
  5. Scroll down to Video add-ons and click it
  6. You're now looking at a list of this repo's video addons. If any catch your eye, simply click them and select Install. After a few moments, you should be able to find them on Kodi's home screen
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How do I install Kodi?

Before you can begin installing repositories or add-ons, you need to get Kodi running on your computer. Navigate your browser to https://kodi.tv/download and select the operating system you’ll be using, and the version of Kodi you’d like. The installer should begin to download. Once it’s finished, run it, then once it’s finished, open up Kodi. 

Can I stream sports on Kodi?

Absolutely. There are official Kodi addons for MLB, NHL, CBC Sports, ESPN, NBC, and DAZN to name but a few. It's not just sports, either: the Kodi repo also contains plenty of options for those looking to watch live TVmovies, and cartoons.

 

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