It looks like the latest version of Kodi has officially arrived.
And it is definitely the one with the bigger and better features than the one that launched in late 2012.
The Kodi Media Streaming app for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 is launching in the UK today (Thursday).
It’s also the first time that the platform has launched a new version of the Kodi media streaming software.
The new version will be free to download and install from the Xbox Live Marketplace.
But if you have a paid Xbox Live Gold subscription, you’ll need to purchase a subscription for $4.99 per month.
If you want to keep up with the latest news about Kodi, check out our video coverage of the latest launch.
Kodi’s new version, dubbed “Media Streamer”, is based on a new build of the operating system that has been made available to developers.
The platform has been designed to be faster, more reliable and more flexible, with the ability to use multiple apps simultaneously, as well as use different hardware and processor configurations.
It comes with a wide range of improvements, including the ability for users to stream content in both MP4 and FLV formats.
It also supports the Xbox One’s built-in streaming capability, allowing you to play video from your Xbox One or Windows 10 PC, including games.
It’s the first major release of the new version to come from Microsoft.
The software is available now in the Xbox Marketplace and you can find the full list of changes here .
As the video below demonstrates, the app has a big range of new features, including new playback controls, a new playlist manager, the ability on your TV to watch videos and other content from the cloud, and the ability “to stream directly from the media stream” on the web.
We tested out Media Streamer on our own Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs, and it worked great, even though we were playing on a Windows 10 machine with limited network connectivity.
The Kodi software is also capable of running on Linux and Macs, and you’re able to use the software on multiple devices, including a desktop, laptop, and tablet.
If you’re still not convinced that the new Media Streamers is the better choice, check it out:There are also several improvements to the Xbox Play Anywhere feature, such as the ability in the “Add to Home” section to add games directly to your home screen, which is helpful for those who want to play games in a non-gaming setting.
You can also now watch streaming videos from your TV, and a new “Live TV” feature lets you set up a live TV feed from a video on the internet to your TV.