If you already figured out how to install Kodi on your device or the popular method of Jailbreaking your Amazon Fire Stick then you’re probably thinking to yourself, “What’s Next?”.
Kodi just looks like a regular media player with nothing there except a blue bubbly wallpaper.
Well, the next step is to install add-ons onto your Kodi streaming device that allows you to access content found online. This could be a movie, TV show or sports related add-on and there are tons of them that you can install.
You can think of add-ons as applications (Apps) from the Android Playstore or Apple Appstore. Each add-on is tailored to the developers intent with purpose to providing a function.
Well, that sounds easy but how and where do we find these add-ons is probably your next question.
You can either simply install a packaged build from a developer or install particular add-ons, which is completely up to you. Most people normally install a Kodi build because it’s much easier to install and everything comes pre-configured with a custom menu, wallpapers and all the add-ons picked out from the developer of the build.
However, most add-ons are useless to most users which makes it feel like clutter when installing someones build. Of course, everything is up to preference.
In the guide below, we’ll show you a few methods of installing add-ons onto your device.
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This is the largest addon repository for your Kodi streaming device, Jailbroken Fire Stick, or XBMC. It offers free access to over 2,000 addons for free and is probably your best source to getting an ultimate add-on list. You can install individual add-ons one at a time.
- See Also: How to Install SuperRepo Respository – 2,000 Add-ons for Free
The Ares Wizard has been around for quite a long time. Its a wizard that provides multiple functions like downloading and installing builds, add-on installations, maintenance tools and tweaks. The Ares Wizard has a smaller list of add-ons you can install but you’ll find nothing the best and most popular add-ons there.
The Echo Wizard is another awesome wizard. I am a bit biased toward this wizard as it has a lot of goodies and has improved a lot over the course of Kodi’s development. Just like the Ares Wizard, its a great tool that provides multiple functional uses but I feel as though this Echo Wizard does it better.
You’ll find a top list of builds, add-ons, and maintenance tools within this wizard. The screenshots below should give an ideal of what it looks like.
The Wookie is another good wizard with similarities to the Ares and Echo wizard. The one nice thing about this wizard is that it has add-on packs. So you could install several add-ons in one shot. For example, you can install Chinese or German Add-on pack and it will install addons related to it. You can also find some pretty awesome builds on here as well ranging from adults to kids. Definitely worth a check!