Android users can finally watch free, high-quality movies, TV shows, and TV shows without having to subscribe to any subscription service.
Kodi will finally be available on Android this coming September, after months of rumors.
KDL will be the free, non-premium app for Android that will be available for Android users to download for free and enjoy.
The app will be accessible on all platforms and will offer both full and partial access to various movies and TV channels.
The free KDL app will include a library of more than 300,000 movies, many of which are in the form of a free torrent.
KOLO TV, a new ad-free TV app, is also expected to be launched on September 12.
KDNX TV, another ad-blocker-free streaming app, will also launch soon, but it will not be compatible with Android devices.
The new apps, KDL and KDNx, are expected to arrive on September 18, according to the report.
Users will be able to choose between four main TV services, including CBS, NBC, PBS, and Disney.
The service will also include a new online TV hub, which will be a free-to-use portal for fans of the content.
KDIX TV will be more of a hybrid of KOL and KDL, offering both full access to the content and ad-blocking support.
Users can also access a dedicated channel for sports, and a TV guide for more specific content.
The news comes just a week after CBS and NBC announced a new, ad free TV app that will offer subscribers access to sports, news, and other shows from the networks’ respective channels.
Both apps will be launched at the same time, on September 11.
This new KDI X TV app is expected to launch in the coming days, but no date has been set for its launch.