Because of how often Kodi is now being taken down by the authorities, more and more users of it are looking for alternatives. Having scoured the Internet for the best ones, we have listed our findings below.
This is available as either a free or a paid for service that basically acts as the xstream alternative to Kodi. When paying for the service there are a number of extra functions and features that you get. This costs $4.99 per month.
Plex is compatible with a number of different operating systems, including Android, Windows, iOS, and Mac OS X, PlayStation, Linux, Roku, Windows phone, Xbox, and Android TV. Similar to kodi, it is a great solution for viewing digital media that has been locally stored.
Because of the architecture that it uses in relation to the client server, you are able to stream the service to a number of different devices all at the same time. With the multidimensional interface that comes with Plex, you are able to easily view and manage all of your media.
The many different channels that are on it are very similar to those found on Kodi and enable you to stream lots of different content for free. Even on older and lesser powered computers, Plex still performs well.
This is worth trying thanks to the fact that you are able to record live television from it, as well as being able to play any and all media files from Blue Rays, DVDs, and hard drives. In addition to this, you can also listen to the radio and other music sources on it.
The user interface on Media Portal is super easy and intuitive to use, making it a great alternative if you like the ease of use of Kodi. If used in conjunction with the appropriate add ons, you are able to directly stream video content from well known services.
This is a great choice for watching TV shows and movies on, as everything on there is of the highest quality visually. The subtitle support and casting support that are available with Stremio work to provide users with an all round great watching experience.
On Stremio you are able to create your very own library of content where you can store all of your favorite TV shows and movies. It is available on pretty much any and all devices that can connect to the Internet, with your library being able to be synced across all of these. This is thanks to the Linvo Database that ensures that data is correctly arranged on each device.
One really useful feature that it has is the ability for it to send your notifications whenever an episode of your favorite television show is added to the large and extensive database of content that they have.
If you have read all of this and none of the above alternatives have piqued your interest and you still want to find out more about Kodi then read on at firesticktricks.com.