Thanks to the hard work of iOS developers, iPhone and iPad users will be able to enjoy all-in-one full fledged media center app Kodi on iOS 10 devices without jailbreak. You can download Kodi Krypton v17.1 (full version) IPA for iOS 10 and install it without having to jailbreak iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. Keep reading to know more.
Kodi platform is undoubtedly one of the most accomplished and powerful multimedia content consumption tools that you cannot afford to miss out on if you like watching movies, shows, documentaries, videos, and other type of media on your iOS smartphone or tablet. Android Kodi is also available to go with full PC version as well. Recently Apple TV 4 also received a Kodi update. Installing Kodi on Android and PC is not that hard since both platform offer plenty of customization levy to their users to installed non-supported apps.
However, things are different when it comes to the iOS because of Apple’s penchant for keeping things under tightly wrapped as to the manner the mobile software can be used and what sort of apps are allowed to be installed on it. That’s why downloading and installing Kodi requires a bit more effort and indirect path. But, fortunately, we know have Kodi IPA file that has made it really simple to install Kodi on iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch without needing to go down the complex jailbreak route as we are going to show you in this post.
Latest full version of Kodi Krypton v17.1 has been released by its developers that comes with plenty of performance improvement features, and some new settings as well as control options. This Kodi Krypton came after weeks of testing Kodi beta updates to weed out bugs and errors from the full version. Stability issues have been fixed to enhance user experience.
Kodi 17.1 Krypton latest full and final version is now available to download free. And with its release also arrived a fully working Kodi IPA file that users of iPhone and iPad device running on iOS 10 or later version can use to update/install Kodi from outside the Apple App Store. Kodi is not available on the App Store anyway, so don’t bother wasting time looking for it on the App Store.
This Kodi v17.1 comes with a refreshed Chrous web interface. Previously identified security bugs have been patched. Error that prevented add-ons from being marked as broken if they were updated with a broken flag has also been fixed in this version.
Kodi for Android in v17.1 has also undergone multiple improvement with fixes that relate to the use of SMB on Android for new installations. Changes in the way control buttons behave are implemented with a view to give users easy way to navigate through the interface and adjust settings in fewer taps on the screen.
In the end, the latest Kodi Krypton v17.1 for iOS 10 is the most stable version of the popular media center tool to date. You can download this latest version onto your device using the IPA file, which you can download from this link here.
Now that you have got the latest Kodi IPA, check out instruction in our guide to learn how to install Kodi latest version on iOS 10 or later running devices with or without jailbreak.