But Amazon bans it from their appstore and devices!
Amazon has removed the popular media center Kodi from the app store claiming it facilitates piracy. XBMC doesn't host any infringing content, but third-party add-ons are giving the software a bad rep.
Alot of our long-time MaxConsole members here would remember XBMC, the wonderful homebrew media player app that made the original modded Xbox consoles so very popular and bought everyone into the world of streaming various file formats to our TV set.
Well, XBMC recently changed their name to Kodi, and are trying to make themselves a more 'legit' app and have it available on many new devices like Android set-top boxes and mobile smartphones and tablets.
And it been going along good for them, they even got their Kodi app recently approved for a listing in the Google Play store, but now Amazon has decided to slap them on the wrist and ban their XBMC / Kodi app from their appstore and devices over piracy concerns.
So what you think so far of the new legit Kodi app on your Android device (or have you not even tried it, and if so why?), does it fit your streaming needs just like the good old retro days of using our original hacked Xbox consoles?
Personally, I miss that now retro era of the our underground scene, back then it was so much more enjoyable and overall fun and wonderful experience compared to today's current scene.
NEWS SOURCE #1: Amazon Bans Kodi/XBMC App Over Piracy Concerns (via) TorrentFreak
NEWS SOURCE #2: XBMC / Kodi (via) GooglePlayStore