The developers of the Kodia cross-platform media center application have released Kodi 15.
Kodi provides a full-screen user interface for navigating music, movies, photos, and other content. It also supports a large number of third-party plugins which you can use to stream internet video, play games, and more.
You can use the software to turn a computer or Android device into a media playing TV companion. Or you can fire it up on a PC when you just want a distraction-free media experience on a machine you normally use for other activities.
Version 15 includes a new chapter selector for MKVs and other supported files, adaptive skipping/seeking so that you’ll jump forward or back by a further time period the more times you press a seek button, and an improved add-on manager.
The Kodi team has also dropped support for some older operating operating systems. Android users will need to be running Android 4.2 or later, while OS X users will need to be running OS X 10.7 64-bit or later.