Do you have an Amazon Fire TV? Have you gone through the laborious task of unlocking the Fire TV to install the Kodi software? Great! It can be a difficult process, and you might be slightly disappointed to see that there isn’t a whole lot of content available straight away after downloading and installing it. That’s where Kodi addons come in — you can download them from the Kodi repository, enabling you to watch all sorts of extra content — it could be movies, your favorite TV show, a radio station, and more. So, if you’re looking to expand the type of content that you can watch on your Amazon Fire TV, follow along below!
First up on our list is an addon called Exodus. Exodus has been around for some time now, and is considered to be a top-rated Kodi addon. Exodus offered a lot of phenomenal content — you could watch your favorite TV shows, such as Game of Thrones and Westworld. Not only will you be able to watch current seasons, but you’ll be able to go through and watch episodes from past seasons as well — the same goes for Westworld. Exodus lets you watch shows beyond just that though — you can find programming from STAR, AMC, and others as well. Exodus will even let you watch movies, sometimes films that are still in the theater.
Exodus has a decent UI as well, allowing you to easily navigate through the menus and find shows that you really want to watch.
Exodus might still be available to download, but it does have a successor made by the same developer. They call it Covenant. Covenant was built with Exodus in mind, taking all of the well-loved parts of the old addon and improving upon it. That said, with Covenant, you get access to much more content, and much of the content is even available in high definition now. New content is always being added to Covenant as well.
Covenant has an improved user interface, too. All of the content is neatly organized, and navigating through the menus is a breeze, too.
Neptune Rising is another popular one. Neptune Rising a fork or clone of Exodus, which is nice to have in the event that Exodus is taken down. Addons being taken down happens frequently, so having various ones that are at least somewhat the same will make sure you always have access to your favorite content. Neptune Rising has a huge amount of content available, but it’s super popular because of how user-friendly the addon is. Content is added regularly as well.
It’s worth noting that it’s best to use Neptune Rising with a VPN. Some glitches and bugs can pop up, and they seem to be network-related, so a VPN is usually able to clear those up quite well.
If you’ve used or researched Kodi for any time at all, you’ve no doubt heard the name Genesis a time or two. Genesis is a widely popular addon for Kodi, but it’s not available anymore because it was taken down. That said, a successor has come about — Genesis Reborn. You’ll get to watch all of your favorite TV shows and movies with it — from HBO, AMC, STAR, and even FOX. Genesis Reborn has a ton of movies available on it as well, even movies that are currently running in the cinema.
You’ll find that Genesis Reborn also has a great user interface — it’s intuitive, easy to navigate, and content is well organized. Genesis Reborn is best used with a VPN service, as it’ll speed up your streaming speeds.
Last, but certainly not least, we have the Uranus Kodi addon, Uranus is a fork or clone of the highly rated Elysium Kodi addon. It had a large array of great content available on it — both TV shows and movies alike. It was easy to watch movies that were still in the theater, and you can even catch some TV shows that you might not find elsewhere. The Uranus addon had on ok user interface, but that’s something you can look past with the sheer amount of high quality content available on it.
As you can see, there are a lot of great Kodi addons available for the Amazon Fire TV. Many of these addons are available for other platforms as well; however, being available for the Amazon Fire TV is especially nice because you’ll be able to watch all of this great content at home on your TV. Got a favorite Kodi addon for Amazon Fire TV? Let us know in the comments section below!