Kodi

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Kodi (previously known as XBMC) is an open source media player for Android, which allows users to play all sorts of videos, songs, and images from a convenient interface, and has been specially adapted to work on touchscreen devices.

The application, as with the versions on other operating systems, provides a sleek interface that clearly categorizes the video player, the music player, the image viewer, and even a tool to see the local weather.

This version of Kodi for Android includes lots of different 'add-ons', that allow you to download videos from different websites directly to your terminal, search for images on Google and add them to your library, and stream music using XBMC.

Kodi is one of the best (if not the best) media centers available for Android smartphones. You can enjoy virtually any multimedia content (images, videos, sounds) imaginable, and do so from a simple, colorful and fully configurable interface.
By Beatriz
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