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Top Kodi Addons – March 2017 – Kodi 16.1 & 17


Below is the top 10 Kodi addons so far for March 2017.

Also, check out Cloudwards handy guide for how to use Kodi.

Top Kodi Addons March 2017

This list is purely based on data from my site (searches and queries) Below the top 10 list is instructions on how to install covering Kodi 16.1 & 17 (Krypton) with Kodi 17 details in Red.

**Kodi 17 Note:**
Also remember to install addons in Kodi 17 no from the official Kodi repository, you first have to allow addons from unknown sources (you only have to do this once). To do this, click the Settings gear icon in the top left of your Kodi home screen. Then click “System Settings”, then in the left hand menu, click “Addons” and in the main screen, make sure “Unknown Sources” is set to Yes (the slider is slid to the right)

  1. Phoenix
  2. Exodus
  3. Redemption
  4. UK Turks
  5. iStream
  6. Naxi-X
  7. Sports Devil
  8. BoB
  9. Sanctuary
  10. cCloud TV


The first addon also has pictorial instructions.

Live Exodus, this is a very popular addons. With a select list of developer sections in the addon, you'll find movie collections, female themed content, live streams, and so much more. Honestly, give it a try, spend half hour browsing around and you'll quickly fall in love.

i. Open Kodi
ii. Select System > File Manager (for Kodi 17 click the “Settings” gear icon in the top left of Kodi home screen and then select “File Manager.”)

iii. Select Add Source

iv. Select the box which says “None”

v. Type the following into that box: http://fusion.tvaddons.ag and then select “Done”

vi. Highlight the box below this to name this source and give it a name. Looking at the above URL, call it something like Fusion, then click “OK”
vii. Click back to your Home Screen (the back arrow on a remote a few times should do this, if you’re unsure, close Kodi and open it again.

Step 2: Adding the Repository:
i. Select System>Settings>Add-ons (for Kodi 17, just click “Addons” from the Kodi home screen)


ii. Select “Install from zip file”

iii. Select fusion, or whatever you named your URL in step vi.
iv. Select “kodi-repos”
v. Select “English”
vi. Select “repository.xbmchub-x.x.x.zip”
vii. Wait and after a few seconds, a message will read: “Add-on enabled”

Step 3: Installing the Addon:
i. From the same location “System>Add-ons” (Just Addons if Kodi 17) select “Install from repository”

ii. Select “TVADDONS.ag Addon Repository”
iii. Select “Video Add-Ons”
iv. Select “Phoenix”
v. Select “Install”
vi. After about ten seconds, a message will tell you: “Add-on enabled”

Always the most popular addon on Kodi, Exodus is full of Movies and TV shows. You can integrate debrid services, trakt, IMDB and more. With a range of streams, you're unlikely to find your favourite movie or TV Show.

Exodus - Click here to expand instructions

  • Open Kodi and go to System > File Manager (for Kodi 17 click the “Settings” gear icon in the top left of Kodi home screen and then select “File Manager.”)
  • Select "Add Source"
  • Select the box which says "None"
  • Type http://fusion.tvaddons.ag and click "Done"
  • Go to the box underneath which says "Enter a name for this media source" and type "Fusion" before clicking "OK"
  • Click back to your Home Screen (the back arrow on a remote a few times should do this, if you’re unsure, close Kodi and open it again.
  • Select System>Settings>Add-ons (for Kodi 17, just click “Addons” from the Kodi home screen)
  • Select “Install from zip file”
  • Select "fusion"
  • Select "Kodi-Repos", then select "English" and click repo.exodus.x.x.x.zip
  • After you see the "Add-on Enabled" notification go back to the Addons menu and click "Install from Repository"
  • Select "Exodus Repository"
  • Select "Video Add-ons" and click on "Exodus"
  • Click "Install" and after a few seconds you should get the message "Addon Enabled"

A "one stop shop" addon with movies, tv shows, music and live streams.

Redemption - Click here to expand instructions

  • Open Kodi and go to System > File Manager (for Kodi 17 click the “Settings” gear icon in the top left of Kodi home screen and then select “File Manager.”)
  • Select "Add Source"
  • Select the box which says "None"
  • Type http://echocoder.com/repo and click "Done"
  • Go to the box underneath which says "Enter a name for this media source" and type "echo" before clicking "OK"
  • Click back to your Home Screen (the back arrow on a remote a few times should do this, if you’re unsure, close Kodi and open it again.
  • Select System>Settings>Add-ons (for Kodi 17, just click “Addons” from the Kodi home screen)
  • Select “Install from zip file”
  • Select "echo"
  • Select "Repository.echo=x.x.x.zip"
  • After you see the "Add-on Enabled" notification go back to the Addons menu and click "Install from Repository"
  • Select "Echo Repo"
  • Select "Video Add-ons" and click on "Redemtion"
  • Click "Install" and after a few seconds you should get the message "Addon Enabled"

One of the oldest and most respected Kodi addons

Navi-X - Click here to expand instructions

  • Open Kodi and go to “System > File Manager(for Kodi 17 click the “Settings” gear icon in the top left of Kodi home screen and then select “File Manager.”)
  • Select “Add Source
  • Select the box which says “None
  • Type http://fusion.tvaddons.ag and click “Done
  • Go to the box underneath which says “Enter a name for this media source” and type “Fusion” before clicking “OK
  • Click back to your Home Screen (the back arrow on a remote a few times should do this, if you’re unsure, close Kodi and open it again.
  • Select “System>Settings>Add-ons(for Kodi 17, just click “Addons” from the Kodi home screen)
  • Select “Install from zip file
  • Select “Fusion” from the list of file sources (folders)
  • Select “xmbc-repos” then select “English” then select “repository.xbmchub-x-x-x.zip
  • After seeing the “Add-on Enabled” notification click “Install from Repository” then select “VinMan Repository”, then select “Video Addons
  • From the list of addons, select “NaviX
  • Once you see the addon enabled notification, you’re set to go.

Great addons with 1000s of live TV Streams

cCloud TV - Click here to expand instructions

  • Open Kodi and go to System > File Manager (for Kodi 17 click the “Settings” gear icon in the top left of Kodi home screen and then select “File Manager.”)
  • Select “Add Source”
  • Select the box which says “None”
  • Type http://fusion.tvaddons.ag and click “Done”
  • Go to the box underneath which says “Enter a name for this media source” and type “Fusion” before clicking “OK”
  • Click back to your Home Screen (the back arrow on a remote a few times should do this, if you’re unsure, close Kodi and open it again.
  • Select System>Settings>Add-ons (for Kodi 17, just click “Addons” from the Kodi home screen)
  • Select “Install from zip file”
  • Select “Fusion” from the list of file sources (folders)
  • Select “xmbc-repos” then select “English” then select “repository.podgod-x.x.x.zip”
  • Wait for the “Add-on Enabled” notification
  • While still at the addons menu, click “Install from Repository” then select “Podgod Repo”, then select “Video Addons”
  • From the list of addons, seect “cCloud TV”
  • Once you see the addon enabled notification, you can now use cCloud

One of my favourites, UK Turks has movies, TV shows, as well as concerts, tonnes of British TV and film, reliable live streams, great movie collections, cartoons and more. Don't be mislead by the name, this addon is a must!

UK Turks - Click here to expand instructions

  • Open Kodi and go to System > File Manager (for Kodi 17 click the “Settings” gear icon in the top left of Kodi home screen and then select “File Manager.”)
  • Select "Add Source"
  • Select the box which says "None"
  • Type http://kodi.metalkettle.co/ and click "Done"
  • Go to the box underneath which says "Enter a name for this media source" and type "MK Repo" before clicking "OK"
  • Click back to your Home Screen (the back arrow on a remote a few times should do this, if you’re unsure, close Kodi and open it again.
  • Select System>Settings>Add-ons (for Kodi 17, just click “Addons” from the Kodi home screen)
  • Select “Install from zip file”
  • Select "MK Repo"
  • Select repository.metalkettle-x.x.x.zip
  • After you see the "Add-on Enabled" notification go back to the Addons menu and click "Install from Repository"
  • Select "MetalKettles Addon Repository"
  • Select "Video Add-ons" and click on "UK Turk Playlists"
  • Click "Install" and after a few seconds you should get the message "Addon Enabled"

Unsurprisingly a live stream addon with a large list of worldwide TV streams.

iStream - Click here to expand instructions

  • Open Kodi and go to System > File Manager (for Kodi 17 click the “Settings” gear icon in the top left of Kodi home screen and then select “File Manager.”)
  • Select "Add Source"
  • Select the box which says "None"
  • Type http://xunitytalk.me/xfinity and click "Done"
  • Go to the box underneath which says "Enter a name for this media source" and type "xfinity" before clicking "OK"
  • Click back to your Home Screen (the back arrow on a remote a few times should do this, if you’re unsure, close Kodi and open it again.
  • Select System>Settings>Add-ons (for Kodi 17, just click “Addons” from the Kodi home screen)
  • Select “Install from zip file”
  • Select "xfinity"
  • Select "iStream_Repository.zip"
  • After you see the "Add-on Enabled" notification go back to the Addons menu and click "Install from Repository"
  • Select "iSTREAM XBMC Addons Repository"
  • Select "Video Add-ons" and click on "iStream"
  • Click "Install" and after a few seconds you should get the message "Addon Enabled"


You guessed it, sports 🙂 Live sport channels, PPV events and more.

Sports Devil - Click here to expand instructions

  • Open Kodi and go to System > File Manager (for Kodi 17 click the “Settings” gear icon in the top left of Kodi home screen and then select “File Manager.”)
  • Select "Add Source"
  • Select the box which says "None"
  • Type http://fusion.tvaddons.ag and click "Done"
  • Go to the box underneath which says "Enter a name for this media source" and type "Fusion" before clicking "OK"
  • Click back to your Home Screen (the back arrow on a remote a few times should do this, if you’re unsure, close Kodi and open it again.
  • Select System>Settings>Add-ons (for Kodi 17, just click “Addons” from the Kodi home screen)
  • Select “Install from zip file”
  • Select "fusion"
  • Select "Kodi-Repos", then select "English" and click repository.unofficialsportsdevil-x.x.x.zip
  • After you see the "Add-on Enabled" notification go back to the Addons menu and click "Install from Repository"
  • Select "Unofficial SportsDevil Repository"
  • Select "Video Add-ons" and click on "Sport Devil"
  • Click "Install" and after a few seconds you should get the message "Addon Enabled"

Like Phoenix, this addon is maintained by a list of developers with a varied list of video and music playlists.

BOB - Click here to expand instructions

  • Open Kodi and go to System > File Manager (for Kodi 17 click the “Settings” gear icon in the top left of Kodi home screen and then select “File Manager.”)
  • Select "Add Source"
  • Select the box which says "None"
  • Type http://noobsandnerds.com/portal and click "Done"
  • Go to the box underneath which says "Enter a name for this media source" and type "noobs" before clicking "OK"
  • Click back to your Home Screen (the back arrow on a remote a few times should do this, if you’re unsure, close Kodi and open it again.
  • Select System>Settings>Add-ons (for Kodi 17, just click “Addons” from the Kodi home screen)
  • Select “Install from zip file”
  • Select "noobs"
  • Select noobsandnerds_repo.zip
  • After you see the "Add-on Enabled" notification go back to the Addons menu and click "Install from Repository"
  • Select "noobsandnerds Repository"
  • Select "Video Add-ons" and click on "BOB"
  • Click "Install" and after a few seconds you should get the message "Addon Enabled"

As above, a range of developers, all with individual playlists of great content.

Sanctuary - Click here to expand instructions

  • Open Kodi and go to System > File Manager (for Kodi 17 click the “Settings” gear icon in the top left of Kodi home screen and then select “File Manager.”)
  • Select "Add Source"
  • Select the box which says "None"
  • Type https://archive.org/download/back2basicsrepo and click "Done"
  • Go to the box underneath which says "Enter a name for this media source" and type "back2basics" before clicking "OK"
  • Click back to your Home Screen (the back arrow on a remote a few times should do this, if you’re unsure, close Kodi and open it again.
  • Select System>Settings>Add-ons (for Kodi 17, just click “Addons” from the Kodi home screen)
  • Select “Install from zip file”
  • Select "back2basics"
  • Select repository.origin-x.x.x.zip
  • After you see the "Add-on Enabled" notification go back to the Addons menu and click "Install from Repository"
  • Select "Origin Repo"
  • Select "Video Add-ons" and click on "Sanctuary"
  • Click "Install" and after a few seconds you should get the message "Addon Enabled"

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