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Web browser for Apple TV

Install a Web Browser on Apple TV – amazing right? You can install tvOSBrowser on your Apple TV.
Please purchase our new subscription, and you can install tvOSBrowser on Apple TV 4K without a Mac or any computer!


How to Use tvOSBrowser

Quick start:

  • Double press on the center of the touch area of the Apple TV Remote to switch between cursor & scroll mode.
  • Press the touch area while in cursor mode to click.
  • Single tap the Play/Pause button to show the Quick Menu, with: input URLs, search Google, reload the page, or navigate back.
  • Double tap the Play/Pause button to: display the Advanced Menu, with: Favorites, History, set/open homepage, change user agent, clear cache, and clear cookies and more.

The Avanced menu lets you:

  • Manage Favorites
  • Manage History
  • Go to Home page
  • Set Home page
  • Change the User Agent
  • Set page Scaling options
  • Enable/Disable WebView offset correction
  • Increase/decrease font size
  • Clear cache
  • Clear cookies
  • Show the usage guide
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Kodi 19 “Matrix” Final now available for download and install

The first final version of Kodi 19 “Matrix”, the first stable build of the new generation of this popular player and content manager, is now available for download and installation.

The most important change in this version is on the add-ons aspect, now are based in Phyton 3 and this will block all add-ons that are not updated, something that will certainly generate many problems. On the other hand there is more control over add-ons that will block the ability to overwrite official repositories. We will also have improvements to play contents based on the AV1 codec, now it is possible to decode this format by software. You have in this same article the complete list of changes of this new version that represents the future of KODI for the next years.

Kodi 19 “Matrix” Final Features

Playback

For audio and music lovers, there are significant improvements across the board to metadata handling: library improvements, new tags, new displays, improvements to how Kodi handles release dates, album durations, multi-disc sets, and more. There’s a new, Matrix-inspired visualisation, there are improvements to display when fetching files from a web server, and several changes to how audio decoder addons can pass information through to the Kodi player.

For video, most of the changes are more technical, and may depend on your hardware: AV1 software decoding, HLG HDR and static HDR10 playback on Windows 10, static HDR10 and dynamic Dolby Vision HDR support on Android, and more OpenGL bicubic scalers.

For those who combine the two, and have libraries of music videos, you get some goodies as well: database and metadata display improvements mean that Kodi will now fetch and display related album and artist information from the music library, where appropriate. There are also new features around grouping videos by artist (not just album), support for .NFO files that list all performers instead of just the main artist, plus better search links to return related albums and videos by the same director director.

And, finally, if your definition of “play” is more game-related, we’ve implemented integer scaling to improve the viewing quality of Pixel Art games across the board, while iOS get support for Xbox, PlayStation and other supported Bluetooth game controllers.

Skin/Look-and-Feel

For many people, the interface is Kodi – it’s how you find your way around, it’s how you interact with the application and your media. As such, it’s always getting some attention, and this release is no different: screen redesign, especially for music; new metadata displays; changes to playlist views; a new “now playing” view; artwork and image file improvements; both new and updated GUI controls. Some changes may be subtle, but all are designed to improve your experience.

Subtitles

An often-overlooked feature, but immensely useful to so many people, subtitles get some attention in this release: timestamp overlays get fixed, plus you can now select a dark grey colour and set an opacity for the captions (particularly useful in HDR – protect your eyes, kids, you’ll miss them when they’re gone).

Addons and Scrapers

Python comes in for some major changes in Kodi 19. Because the old Python 2.7 has gone out of support, we’ve finally made the wholesale move to Python 3 and ported our addons across. Much of the community has come with us, so, hopefully, your favourite addons will still function, but we’re at the mercy of third-party contributors to update their work.

Kodi 19 replaces the old XML metadata scrapers with new default Python for movies and TV shows; there are also new Python scrapers for music, Generic Album Scraper and Generic Artist Scraper. Binary addons in general get improvements to system documentation, cleaned up settings dialogs, and better help text.

PVR and Live Television

Another significant part of Kodi that’s had a lot of attention in this release. Most new features here revolve around usability: PVR reminders, home screen widgets, group/channel manager enhancements, navigation and dialog controls, context menus, New/Live/Finale/Premiere tags, channel numbering and sorting, performance improvements, API improvements.

Security

There are a few new security features implemented now in Kodi, to help keep you safe from intentional or unintentional problems. Kodi will now enforce the origin of installed addons and their dependencies, which prevents third-party repositories from overwriting code of unrelated add-ons; broken or deprecated add-ons are now highlighted in the add-on list, so you have to actively agree to activate one; the binary addon system now has higher security around data exchange between Kodi and an addons. In addition, we’ve added a default requirement to password-protect Kodi’s web interface, plus give better information around the security implications of enabling external interfaces if you do choose to enable them.

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Kodi 19 “Matrix” RC1 now available for download and install

New version Kodi 19 “Matrix” RC1 available for download and install from KTB Store, a new compilation that brings us closer to a stable version of the new generation of this popular player and content manager.

Version history / Release notes / Change-log

Kodi 19.x “Matrix” – Release Candidate

And, off we go again. The dust settles on the festive season, so it’s time for another pre-release to hit the streets… we’re getting close to final release now, so we’re moving out of Beta and into RC.

If you want to know the main features in this release series, please refer back to previous blog posts: this is an iteration of previous Beta releases, not a feature release, remember.

This is stable, reliable code, suitable for daily use. Please, then: install, test, and give us clear feedback on any remaining issues, either with the new features or perhaps with a regression in existing code. As this is a release candidate, we think it’s basically ready to go, but let’s aim to make sure.

https://github.com/xbmc/xbmc/compare/19.0b2-Matrix…19.0RC1-Matrix

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Kodi 19 “Matrix” Beta 2 available for download and install

New version Kodi 19 “Matrix” Beta 2 available for download and install from KTB Store, a new compilation that brings us closer to a stable version of the new generation of this popular player and content manager.

The most profound change in the field of add-ons where it jumps to Python 3 and this will block all add-ons that are not updated, something that will certainly generate many problems. On the other hand there is more control over add-ons that will block the ability to overwrite official repositories. We will also have improvements to play contents based on the AV1 codec, now it is possible to decode this format by software.

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How to Install Apps on Apple TV 4K

The following is an outdated tutorial, please purchase our new subscription, and you can install Kodi on Apple TV 4K without a Mac or any computer!

KODI for Apple Devices

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Due to the new Apple TV 4K lack of the USB-C port, to install signed apps on that device, you need to have a Mac computer that has the latest system and Xcode 9 installed. (That’s the only way as of writing this tutorial)

Here are the steps:
* NOTE: this tutorial is for our customers, you need to purchase our subscription first.

* NOTE2: if you are updating Kodi, the steps are same as installing, you don’t need to remove the old one. New version will overwrite the old one, your settings will be retained. 

1. Download and install Xcode 9 from your Mac App Store

2. Pair your Apple TV 4K with Xcode



3. Get the UDID and register with our service if you haven’t done it yet

4. Use Xcode to install the signed IPA file from our service.

 

Here is a detailed Youtube tutorial:

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How to Switch Billing Schedule or Cancel Subscription

Our customer support team can not modify your payment method or billing schedule on your behalf. That’s for your protection.

The subscription will charge your default payment method automatically, unless you manually change or cancel your subscription.

You can change your billing schedule or cancel your subscription in your Account page at:

My Account

Login your account, you should see the page as below:

Click the ‘Subscription’ on the left, will show all your subscriptions, click the one you would like to show the detail:

In the detail page you can Cancel or Change your subscription on this page: