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First “User-Friendly” Build of XBMC Released For Android

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For fans of XBMC, this should make you happy. Last night, the team introduced the first “user-friendly” version of the application, which actually runs alongside an additional media player, but makes for a much better user experience on the device. I personally have not tested it out yet, but people on XDA are reporting pleasant results so far. 

Down below, we have added in a link to the forum where you can download the necessary files and get to streaming. XBMC released a promo video as well which is embedded below, but I would probably stay away from that. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.

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  • http://gplus.to/boojay boo Jay

    Anyone else have the deep urge to roundhouse kick the douches carrying around the iPads?

  • Skyskioc

    that song made me want to put flowers in my hair and smoke some pot

  • ynksbsbll2

    FYI, this is in no way an official release from the XBMC team

  • http://www.pcprocare.com/ Barry Taylor

    Uhh.. A theme song? That’s horrible.

    • http://twitter.com/kirilv Kiril

      Right. I was confused about that too. Tim should definitely specify that in the post.

  • 1bad69z28

    Yeah Ahhh, Ok Kellex you did warn me I was too busy laughing at their
    Cheesy video LOL I thought the purpose of a video is to inform someone
    about the product and how it works to give someone a reason to buy your
    app.

    This was more of a auction of well, no so good acting skills.

  • Symbiotx

    Awful video. Here’s to hoping this functions well. I have been wanting an app that streams videos from my computer as well as my xbox. The last build I tried was kind of a mess.

    • Eric

      You might consider Plex for streaming across your network. XBMC can do it, but Plex was based on XBMC, and the whole point is to offer transcoding/streaming across your network. XBMC is better for use on a HTPC, and for watching content for free with addons like Icefilms, Navi-X, and 1Channel.

  • jowaldo

    Tried it on my Galaxy S3. Seemed to be much worse performance and more glitches than the official XBMC beta from a few months ago, and the official release didn’t require MX player to be installed either.

  • pezjono

    Why didn’t you warn me not to watch the vid…. oh wait, you did…

  • http://www.facebook.com/markaaron.collado Mark Aaron Collado

    interesting