With streaming platforms gaining more and more popularity in recent years, everyone has been trying to find the most suitable service for themselves. One of the most popular streaming apps is Kodi, and its primary purpose is home entertainment. Kodi is an open source software created to stream all kinds of content, like videos and music, and it is available for Android, iOS, Linux, Windows, and even Raspberry Pi.
This app is amazing because of its flexibility and the option to customize it for your liking. Besides the basic features that Kodi offers, there are some great extra features and capabilities that can be added to the app with the help of a few Firefox and Chrome extensions. Here is a list of the best add-ons that can enhance your Kodi experience.
The Best Kodi Web Browser Extensions To Enhance Your Kodi Experience
Send to Kodi
This extension will offer Kodi users a right-click activated menu that provides direct links to video files, audio files, and Youtube, so you can play them directly in the Kodi app. Even more, Send to Kodi allows you to set up several Kodi servers.
Just like the previously stated extensions, Cast Kodi provides links of video and audio files from Youtube, Twitch, Vimeo, Instagram, SoundCloud and more. In addition, you have the option to Queue files from the Context menu.
Play to Kodi
This extension gives users the option to play, queue and remote control online content on Kodi. It supports many platforms, like Youtube, LiveLeak, KhanAcademy and many more. It features a play button, a favorite button, and more exciting options.
Kassi Share’s abilities are much like the ones of the previous extensions. However, Kassi Shares bring some extra features, like support for more file types.
YouTube 2 KODI
This extension can help you play Youtube videos directly in your Kodi media center. All you have to do is set up the connections to your Kodi app, then click the add-on button to start playing videos.
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