Download Latest Kodi Version 17 beta Codename Krypton, How to Watch Live Sports – Comes With New Features




Kodi is the best media center when combined with add-ons, it allows you
to watch all kinds of media content. Live sports (including soccer,
tennis, golf and so on), tv series, movies, name it and Kodi/Xbmc will
give it to you.
After months of testing Kodi 17 Alpha version, the team has now
officially announced that Kodi 17 Krypton beta 1 is available to
download and interact with, which in turn means that all of the hard
work that’s brought the team to this stage is about to get broader
adoption. Codename Krypton, version 17 of Kodi represents the
finalization of a ton of work completed across multiple areas of the
popular media player software.



Kodi essentially turns any computer, smartphone or tablet into a digital
set-top box or streamer, giving users the ability to stream files from
the internet, a home network and local storage.
Unlike other TV streamers such as the new Apple TV, Chromecast 2 and
Amazon Fire TV Stick, Kodi isn’t held back by licensing or a curated app
store, so it lets you download a range of community-made apps, and
watch whatever you like.

For more detail on how to install Kodi/Xbmc on PC, iOS and Android
Device, plus Add-Ons to watch Live Sports, TV Show/Movies: Check out
this link: www.dsmedia24.com/2016/03/how-to-watch-live-sports…

This release brings the new Estuary and Estouchy themes
for big screens and mobile devices; a redesigned and cleaner/clearer
Settings area (pictured below), an improved music library, and Live
TV/DVR tweaks.

Watch quick introduction and first look at Estuary, the new default skin of Kodi 17.




If you are interested in version 17 beta codenamed Krypton, you can download it from their official website here.


Kodi is not easy to set up, but once you dedicate enough time for it,
you will surely get it done and once it is done you will know that it’s
worth something to stress for.



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