Most Popular Apps For Kodi in England are 3rd party apps. A story published in the Mirror, one of the UK’s top papers centers on the growing popularity of Kodi with Brittish users, The story though is focussing not on how users utilize its originally stated purpose of playing legally owned digital media but instead pointing out that researchers have discovered that as many as 20 million Brits a month look for tutorials on how to get add-ons meant to grab copyrighted content and deliver it to the users for free.
Is This What Kodi Wants?
Kodi or (The XBMC Foundation) has been struggling to tear itself away from the perception that it is a platform meant for easily pirating movies, TV shows, Live sports events and music including movies that are currently playing on the big screen. The people behind the software bristle at the notion in fact and have attempted to shut down YouTube and websites that promote the use of the software for that reason. The controversy has caused Kodi to be removed from Amazon’s App Store Though it is part of the Google Play Store interestingly it is still perfectly easy to add Kodi to Amazon’s Fire TV devices. The available on the Google Play Store.
There are many people who think that Kodi has been a major part of the popularity of the Fire TV. Amazon of course, has never advertised as a Kodi compatible device yet according to accounts from numerous sales associates at big box stores who spoke with The Streaming Advisor people regularly purchase the Fire TV stick for this stated purpose. Amazon has also done little to keep the program from being able to be loaded onto the Fire TV despite the capability to do so.