Kodi is a free media player that appears with hundreds of add-ons and personalization functions. However, how to use them to get the best movie experience? Today, I will show you how to watch movies on Kodi and also how to access geo-blocked content, stream privately, and also eliminate strong with a (VPN) virtual private network.
Most Popular Kodi Add-ons
Moving its own, Kodi is empty – it is just a media player, after all. That is why you want add-ons to watch movies, podcasts, listen to music, or do anything else. Because you will see below, you can also play video files on Kodi straight from your device.
Being mentioned in the introduction, Kodi has no shortage of add-ons. You can see through all the add-ons that are currently in the official Kodi repository on their site. Search them by keyword, category, or author.
In case you don’t know where to start or what to select, here is a list of popular Kodi add-ons in no appropriate order.
iPlayer WWW (aka BBC iPlayer)
Watch Movies by Uploading them from the PC.
Because Kodi is like any other media player, you can also watch movies by simply uploading them right from your computer.
1. Scroll down the menu to “Videos.”
2. Pick “Files.”
3. Tick “Add videos…”
4. Tap “Browse.”
Find the video file you desire to play and tap “Ok.”
5. Tap “Ok” again to finish.
You have now Successfully uploaded your file to Kodi. Organize and Personalize your video library by creating playlists, adding thumbnails, renaming files, and more.
The Most Famous Kodi Add-ons for Movies
This can be challenging to navigate the sea of seemingly endless choices. So, here are some of the most common add-ons for Kodi in no particular order. Official Add-ons
As long as movies go, those add-ons get the most downloads (according to the official Kodi website).
BBC iPlayer allows a variety of the high-quality UK and non-UK movies and TV shows. Several limitations to BBC iPlayer is their limited content, which is also geographically locked. Outside the United Kingdom, you cannot locate the material on BBC iPlayer. Here is where Fortech comes in handy, allowing you to watch movies on Kodi’s BBC iPlayer from any place in the globe.
Tubi TV boasts over 50,000 various movies and TV titles of different genres. Though, on the downside, Tubi TV has any of its content geographically locked (e.g., currently, it is not available in Europe). To unlock the full Tubi TV library, you will need the services of a VPN.
This PopcornFlix is a free-to-use movie streaming service with a huge collection of TV shows and movies. The streaming service can be downloaded and also installed for free on Kodi.
It is to say that third-party add-ons are trendy among Kodi users. This limitless entertainment that many third-party add-ons offer begins with its dangers. Do sure always to use a VPN when streaming movies on these types of add-ons.
However, what is unofficial or third-party add-ons? They are the things that aren’t in the official Kodi repository (like the add-ons I listed above). Meaning that to make any third-party add-ons, you will need to set up a different repository on Kodi.
Netflix wants no introduction. You can combine this popular streaming service with Kodi, and enjoy everything it has to allow.
That one’s by far the most popular third-party add-on for Kodi. Users’ service is not in vain, as Exodus doesn’t have performance problems and offers an extensive selection of movies. In case you are planning to jump on the Exodus hype train, don’t forget to install a VPN to keep your streaming private.
This add-on is comparable to Exodus Redux. You can watch movies in HD.
Covenant is another add-on that comes in the same category as Exodus.
Another famous name on the list is Nemesis. The add-on can run any media content.