A lot of people have heard of Kodi, others come and ask, but what is it? how it works, among other questions.
So we decided to make a little guide for who is going to boot into Kodi now.
What is Kodi?
Kodi is an open source multimedia content playback software. KODI itself has no content, but it has a great ability to reproduce different media formats and organize them.
It is considered the best media-center and can be downloaded to be installed on different operating systems. I leave the download link in the following image.
What is it for?
You can watch movies, series, listen to music, check the weather and even read news on Kodi.
Thanks to its versatility of reproduction of immense media formats, KODI is used to play Video, Audio, Images and still able to run some simple plugins or even games.
Kodi is, for the most part, sought after to play IPTV Lists and Channels.
One of the strengths of Kodi is the ability to install add-ons (explanation on the topic below), add-ons that have the most diverse content, this television, music, weather, etc.
What are add-ons?
Add-ons are small applications that add functionality to Kodi. This is the simplest explanation. In one of the topics below, we will see how they install.
What are repositories?
Repositories are the places on the Internet where the Add-ons are hosted. These are places run by creators and where updates to these small programs are sent.
In other words, they are places where the information of the add-ons and the add-ons themselves are stored.
How to install add-ons?
As a tutorial to explain how to install an add-on I chose the installation of an add-on called Indigo.
I chose this tool for the simple fact that it is an extremely useful tool and through which it allows the installation of many add-ons by category.