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7 of the best Kodi addons for all your streaming needs

Kodi has become one of the most popular apps you can get for your Smart TV and mobile devices, allowing you to stream videos, movies, and live TV from all kinds of sources, both shady and honest. More than an app in itself, Kodi is an open source platform that supports thousands of add-ons, sort of like apps within an app!

Here is our list of the best Kodi addons for your devices.

1. iPlayer WWW

Whether you want to watch the BBC live or browse its refined catalog of on-demand shows, you can do so through this unofficial addon. You’ll need to use a VPN if you want to watch from outside the UK, but once you’re in, you’ll have access to all the main BBC channels, as well as great shows like David Attenborough’s nature documentaries (watch Blue Planet now ), highlights from the day’s football game, and some of the world’s best costume dramas. You’ll find this in the main “video addons” section in Kodi.

2. Contraction

If you’re a gamer or Esports fan, you know Twitch. It is easily the most popular game streaming platform. Whether you want to watch a professional gamer’s stream or a live Esports tournament, Twitch provides a smooth and easy experience.

3. Mix of sports

It’s big, it’s messy, but it contains almost all the major sports streams you’ll need, from Sky Sports and ESPN to more obscure channels created by Kodi users streaming TV from their bedrooms. We cannot account for the legality of all these flows, that is something for you to resolve! – but if you’re looking for a variety of options in sports broadcasts from around the world, look no further!

You can find Sports Mix in the MetalKettle repository on Kodi.

4. plexus

Maybe you’re not looking for new content to stream, but simply a way to organize your extensive existing library. Well, as always, you can count on Plex, arguably the best media management app available, to help you out. The official Plex Kodi Addon includes DLNA support, lets you switch users, and most importantly, presents your library in a manageable and elegant way, so you can proudly show off your digital collection to your friends!

5. south park

For some time now, a large portion of South Park’s twenty seasons have been available for free online. The South Park Addon takes advantage of that fact to give you convenient access to the rudest animated comedy on television.

6. NBC sports

NBC Sports is an app that requires a login for much of its content. If you have a cable subscription, you should have no problem logging in and watching live and recorded sports, including events that might not appear on the regular broadcast. If an event is lost when it is broadcast, there are usually important files.

7. Youtube

Google’s video viewing giant may not really need additional advertising, but that doesn’t stop YouTube from being arguably the best source of video on the internet, and it’s worth mentioning the fact that it has an official Kodi app. There’s not much more to say about YouTube that hasn’t already been said. It’s big, it’s popular, one day it’s going to consume us all…


There’s a very good reason why Kodi is the dominant force in online streaming that it is today, and that’s largely thanks to its open source and community-based nature, where everyone can contribute to developing it and anyone can establish yourself as a streamer with relative ease. These are just a few of the hundreds of great Kodi addons, so if you have a personal favorite that we haven’t mentioned, we want to know about it!

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