The final Kodi 17 Krypton was released

The development team Kodi announced today, the availability of its final version Kodi 17 “Krypton” έναν open-source half center for WIndows, Linux, Android, MacOS and iOS.

Η final its version Kodi 17 “Krypton” είναι μια σημαντική έκδοση με πολλές βελτιώσεις σε πολλά από τα συστατικά του, όπως στα: PVR, VideoPlayer, και Music Library. Comes with better organization in settings, better audio support for Android, as well as an updated user interface (UI) with a new default theme called Estuary.Kodi 17 Krypton

"The new Estuary theme default is specially designed as a 10-foot UIwhile touch screens have a new touch feature called Estouchy. To complete the overhaul, the new Chorus2 is also available as the default web interface, ”say its developers. Kodi in the announcement.

In its outstanding features Kodi 17 “Krypton” we can mention the support for tag scraping, performance improvements, better management of huge libraries while navigating, better video and audio synchronization, activation of video decoding and encoding for all supported platforms, as well as renewal of rhythm switching .

Comes with new inputstream extensions that have been added and include various new SmoothStream features, Real-Time Messaging Protocol (RTMP), NXMSL, and MPEG-DASH. For color conversion, there is OpenGL and hardware-accelerated support DVD playback.

The Kodi 17 είναι τώρα συμβατό με το πρότυπο Audio His API Android, which means you should at least run it Android 5.0 on your device.

Read more at Kodi 17 changelog

and download the upgraded app

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