The Kodi app, no doubt, is a great gift to humanity. You can watch back-to-back movies, all seasons of your favourite shows in a row.
Or you can catch live events on TV channels. And you also can watch Netflix, Amazon and YouTube videos, listen to music and whatnot.
But the power of Kodi lies in the third-party addons made by independent developers. Without the addons, Kodi is no better than the media player software lying on your home screen.
And given below are the top Kodi movie addons NZ users will find helpful.
Each addon brings a host of streaming options with its installation. You can watch Hollywood movies, south-east Asian films, regional movies and others, all at one place. You won’t have to bookmark different services or download separate apps.
Kodi is available to install on a range of devices. But before you start enjoying the available services, a VPN is recommended.
Kodi and VPN
How does Kodi bring so many resources all at one place, and that too for free? Many addons use pirated sources to grab their content and then present it to the viewers. And to keep yourself safe from legal consequences, a VPN service is essential.
These online VPN services hide your data transfers and not even your ISP will know what you stream. One such service provider is ExpressVPN. It has earned the reputation of being reliable and also supports good streaming speed.
With the help of its secure encryption algorithm, ExpressVPN ensures that your internet activity is private.
But even though with complex security protocols, it never slows down your data transfer. You can enjoy your favourite shows as earlier, however, with an added benefit of privacy.
And you can install ExpressVPN on any device you use to stream Kodi.
For your movie streaming needs, there is nothing better than Exodus for Kodi. After a successful installation, you have access to its unparalleled catalogue of movies and TV shows. Search for your favourite content or skim through the categories for some inspiration.
Then there are content providers like Netflix and Hulu, whose videos are available right with Exodus addon.
To get access to the never-ending world of movies and shows, download and install Exodus from the Smash repository (http://mediarepos.net/kodistuff/).
After Exodus, next in the list of popular Kodi movie addons is Bennu. It is the revamped Phoenix, which used to be popular among Kodi users but is now dead. The range of options and the content library is comparable to that of Exodus and is also organised well.
You can find TV channels from around the world, and what more? The developer updates the links periodically. You can find this addon in the SuperRepo repository (http://srp.nu/).
And while we discuss movie addons for Kodi, we shouldn’t forget 1Channel. This Kodi addon has an amazing library of well-organised content from the database of Primewire. It has lots of movies and popular TV shows for you to watch in your free times.
Moreover, they keep the list updated with new content every few days. It used to be in the Fusion repo. But is available to download from k3l3vra’s repository available at their GitHub site (https://github.com/k3l3vra1/k3l3vra.repo/tree/master/zips/repository.k3l3vra).
The Bob Unleashed is a remarkable movie and TV addon available at Noobs and Nerd repo ) http://noobsandnerds.com/portal). Each developer in the team maintain a separate category and thus, you have an extensive collection of movies (and shows) right at your screen.
The collection isn’t sorted well though. You will have to check each catalogue of the contributors to know what’s in there for you. But, believe me, you won’t be disappointed.
The Neptune Rising Kodi addon is one of the recent addition to the already available thousands of movie addons.
But what separates it from others is the amazing collection of latest movies and shows it has in 4K quality. Get it from Blamo repository (http://repo.mrblamo.xyz/) and have access to its library of streaming services.
Those were some of the fantastic movie addons for Kodi. Go, give them a try and I bet you won’t miss the traditional style of movie viewing.