How to Install Kodi on Mac OS X

If you’re looking for a way to watch movies and TV shows on your Mac OS X, Kodi is the perfect solution. In this article, we’ll show you how to install Kodi and all the necessary add-ons to get started.

First, head to and download the necessary files. Select Mac OS X as your operating system, but keep in mind that the installation process is the same for other systems like Raspberry Pi or Windows PC.

Once you have downloaded the installer, installation is simple. Just drag and drop the file into your Applications folder. You’re now ready to open Kodi for the first time.

However, before you can start watching any movies, you’ll need to install some necessary repositories. To do this, go to SYSTEM, then select FILE MANAGER, and ADD SOURCE. Type in the address to install SuperRepo and add a name for it. We recommend naming it SuperRepo for easy access later on.

Next, go to SYSTEM, then SETTINGS, and select ADD ONS. Choose INSTALL FROM ZIP FILE and find the SuperRepo you installed earlier. Choose ISENGARD as it is the latest version for Kodi, then select ALL. Wait a few seconds for the file to install.

The next step is to install all the necessary add-ons. Go to SYSTEM, then ADD-ONS, and choose from the best add-ons available at the time. In this case, we recommend Genesis, iStream, and Phoenix. Download them simultaneously and wait for them to install.

Once you’re done, go back by pressing Escape. Everything should be ready, and you can start watching your favorite movies and TV shows. Just go to VIDEOS, then select ADD-ONS, and choose from the add-ons you’ve installed. In this example, we tried Genesis, and everything appears normally.

And that’s it! With Kodi and these add-ons, you can enjoy a wide variety of movies and TV shows on your Mac OS X. Good luck and have fun!