Kodi – Best Addons of All Time [Updated Daily]

We’re huge fans of Kodi

We love you so much but some people have used and abused and left you with a tarnished reputation. As the saying goes: With great power comes great responsibility. That certainly applies to Kodi since it’s the world’s most powerful media player.

Don’t get it wrong; Kodi is a totally legal media application, but like many other things in this world, such as your laptop computer or cigarette lighter; it can be used for its intended purpose or it can be used for more nefarious reasons.  It’s 2020 and we’re here to clean up that bad reputation a bit. While Kodi is well known for streaming ANYTHING for free, there are some big “gotchas” involved that aren’t the most legal. Therefore, in this post, we’re going to focus on some of the best legal Kodi addons.

  • Crackle
    Crackle is owned by Sony and is a free addon available for Kodi and is 100% legal. Crackle is known for having a ton of great binge-worthy content. Over the past few years Crackle has come a long way and has added plenty of content to keep any couch potato satisfied. This add-on is available from the Kodi.tv official repository, which means you don’t need to install any 3rd party add-ons to get it to run. Ready to install? Easy Kodi Add-on Install Instructions.
  • NewsON
    Want your daily digest of news? Kodi’s repository comes with this great addon which is totally  legal and free. Simple install this one form the Kodi.tv repository and get your fill on the latest news. Ready to install? Easy Kodi Add-on Install Instructions.
  • Funimation NOW
    Are you an anime lover? We’ve got you covered. The Funimation NOW add-on is totally legal and has a great selection of anime to stream right now. This add-on is legal and also available from the official Kodi.tv repository. Ready to install? Easy Kodi Add-on Install Instructions.
  • USTVNow
    As the name suggests, USTVNow is an add-on for streaming all sorts of US channels for free using Kodi. There’s a lot of great channels here such as Cartoon Network, NBC and CNN. They have a free and paid plan which gives you an even better quality and selection of programming.
  • PBS ThinkTV and PBS Kids
    Here’s one that’s great for the kids and adults. PBS has an add-on called “PBS Kids” with tons of great children’s content to keep the little one entertained. This add-on is available in the Kodi.tv official repository and is, of course, 100% legal. Ready to install? Easy Kodi Add-on Install Instructions.
  • Xumo.TV
    Here’s a newer add-on and one to keep an eye on. Xumo.TV doesn’t have as much content as others but they’re growing, and the add-on works flawlessly. It’s definitely worth the install. This is another totally free and legal add-on available directly from the Kodi.tv official add-ons repository. Ready to install? Easy Kodi Add-on Install Instructions.
  • YouTube
    YouTube is one of the best video streaming sources on the net and doesn’t need an introduction. This add-on is available in the Kodi.tv repository and is 100% free and legal to use. Ready to install? Easy Kodi Add-on Install Instructions.

There you have the best Kodi Legal addons for 2020!

As you can see, there’s plenty of legal and free Kodi add-ons available, most of which are available straight away without requiring adding any repositories! Installing most of these add-ons is straightforward and simple. Here’s a simple how-to guide for installing add-ons soon that will require fewer steps than most of the guides you’ll find online – ultimately making it even easier to install add-ons for Kodi : Easy Kodi Add-on Install Instructions.

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