Are you interested in saving thousands of dollars streaming Sports, Movies, TV Shows, and Music – multiple languages – Live TV and On-Demand (ad free) – for FREE? Ditch cable TV and switch to internet streaming…
With all the alternative options available online for watching your favorite Sports, Movies, TV shows and listening to Music – multiple languages – more people than ever are letting go of their cable television subscriptions. Have you cut the cord to cable TV?
Cable television can be pricey, and most of the content you’d like to watch is available online in some form. I’d like to help you save thousands of dollars by showing you how to set up an alternative solution to stream Sports, Movies, TV Shows & Music over the internet!
The average cable customer spends $75 a month on cable. That’s $900 per year for the rest of your life, or about $45,000 in your lifetime! Why pay when you can watch many of the same shows for much less or free? People are dropping cable in record numbers (about a million people per year according to one estimate). Why not figure out how to watch digital TV without paying for cable starting right now?
Life without cable a cable bill can be awesome! It’s not without its downsides, but to save money every month, it’s usually worth it. I can explain all of this upon request and offer you a free demonstration remotely while you sit back and relax in the comfort of your home!
What is Kodi, and why should you care:
Kodi is a brilliant free multiplatform media player that also happens to be great for watching TV and films for free. Here’s everything you need to know about Kodi, maybe the best open-source media-centre software on the market right now
Kodi is a free, open-source media player. Kodi started off on the Xbox, where it was known as Xbox Media Center (or XBMC), but that feels a long time ago: the software is now available on a huge range of platforms and in more than 65 languages, and incorporates the work of hundreds of programmers. And it’s now known as Kodi, of course – the name change happened in 2014.
What does Kodi do?
It plays digital media. TV (life and recorded), films, other video, music, podcasts, photos, slideshows. That sort of thing.
Sounds fairly standard.
Well, yes, but Kodi is designed to act as a media centre – the original idea was to install it on a PC that’s connected to a big-screen TV – and has specific features for that role. Such as a ’10-foot user interface’, designed to be legible on a TV when sitting on a sofa, and compatibility with remote control hardware or software.
And speaking more generally, there are some advantages to Kodi that you don’t get with other media players. It’s compatible with a very wide range of file formats and OS platforms, and its open-source nature, high profile and large base of programmers mean there’s a vast range of add-ons and reskins that you can download to customize the software to your heart’s content.
Which operating systems is Kodi compatible with?
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