If you are looking for a reliable streaming media service, Kodi is one of the first options. The software offers you all the features you need and it manages to differentiate itself from other similar alternatives.
Kodi is available for free and it also has some options which can be used without paying, while for others a premium price is required. Kodi evolved a lot during the years, as the app first fifteen years ago when it was known as Xbox Media Center.
Kodi offers support for numerous operating systems. For example, it is available on Windows, OSX, iOS, Android, Linux, and Raspbery Pi. Nonetheless, it isn’t that simple to get it. For example, in order to install Kodi on an iPhone jailbreak is required.
Kodi can be also used for television streaming boxes that have Android. Two good examples are Fire TV and the Fire TV stick. They use a changed version of the Android operating system, which makes it possible to use Kodi as well.
If you want to run Kodi on Linux you need to make sure that you have at least the Intel Pentium 4, or one of the newer cards. When it comes to Mac, the app works for Mac OS X 10.7 and newer versions.
Stream live television
Live television services can also be streamed with the help of Kodi. More than that, you can watch the content later as well, as long as you use the personal video recorder that comes with the app.
In order to stream live content you need to connect the PVR with the back-end TV server. There are multiple PVR back-end options but you need to make sure that you choose the right one, which means that you must select the option that works with the operating system on your device.
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