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Stremio Vs Kodi – How to Setup For Android & Fire Sticks

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  • Move over Kodi. There is a new era of streaming options emerging and Stremio is leading the way. Stremio is an app that helps you organize and instantly watch your favorite videos, movies, TV series and TV channels. In this video, I will show you how to set up your Stremio account, download the app, and install third party add-ons.

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    How To Install and Set Up Stremio

    Stremio which is a free media center application that works very similar to Kodi and Plex.  This app is receiving praises from the streaming community and rightfully so because it works very well.

    Just like Kodi, we can install 3rd party addons that allow for free streaming of on-demand movies and tv shows.

    This streaming application is different than Kodi in one major area. The addons that we install are added to our online account within Streamio. In my opinion, this is both good and bad.

    The cool thing about this is that we can setup Stremio and install addons on Windows, Mac or Linux computers and those will be accessible on any device where Stremio is installed. This will also allow us to resume playing a movie or tv show on a different devices from where we left off.

    But, this user convenience also provides Stemio with all of our streaming history and information on addons that we have used.  This should be concerning to users due to the fact that much of the Stremio technology revolves around Bit Torrent.  When using Bit Torrent software, your IP address is publicly broadcast which means outside organizations can see what you are streaming.  Many times this will lead to receiving threatening copyright letters from your Internet Service provider or government.

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