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Kodi Program Add-ons You Should Have

When it comes to Kodi add-ons, there are more than a million blogs dedicated to video add-ons while lesser than my digits on program addons. This vast difference should never be the case, as program add-ons are equally vital in Kodi smooth running. Therefore, I will be researching and sharing with you my audience trades secret in this realms. Lets kick it off by looking at 5 Kodi program addons users should have to maximize their entertainment experience.

1. Navi-X

Navi-X revels in glorious user-generated chaos. Users, including you, can create their own playlists of music, movies and photos drawn from various online sources: YouTube, Icefilms, BitTorrent, cloud services and streaming media sites (including major TV channel streams).

These playlists can be shared and viewed by other people using Navi-X. The playlists appear as a simple on-screen list of media; select any one to view it. You can right click on any item to add it to your favourites.

2. Back-up

Ever hosed your Kodi configuration and wished you’d had a backup? Now you can with one easy click. You can export your database, playlist, thumbnails, addons and other configuration details to any source writeable by XBMC or directly to Dropbox cloud storage. Backups can be run on demand or via a scheduler.

3. Maintenance Tool

A tool for Kodi that allows you to keep your setup constantly optimized, while giving you a wide array of functionality that’ll keep your Kodi up-to-date and running awesomely.

4. Auto Updater

will update your music and video libraries on a timer. You can select a different interval to scan your media databases (Audio,Video,Both) or you can set a cron-style timer for greater control. If you are playing an audio or video file when the timer starts it can skip the library update process until it is completed so that you’re media experience is not interrupted. Updating a specific Video Path, and Cleaning the Music/Video libraries is now supported.

5. Addon Installer

Addon Installer (aka Fusion Installer for XBMC) is an addon from TVAddons. It connects to a repository of addons on TVAddons to download and install addons

 

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