Whilst Kodi/DBMC and the add-ons many use with them are great, it is important to not forget the wider marketplace when it comes to available online entertainment.
If you already have the DroidBOX® Market installed on your device, you’ll find the alternative applications ready to install, just follow the guide for using the Market in this video:
If you don't yet have the DroidBOX® Market application installed on your device, please visit this blog post on your device: https://droidbox.co.uk/blog/droidbox-market/
If you're interested in official Android applications from mainstream media then we have the range of BBC's iPlayer
The ITV Hub
ESPN's applications and others.
NFL's Game Pass is certainly the way to go if handegg American Football grabs your attention.
If, however, you are bored of the same people shouting at each other, whether it be in Albert Square, Erinsborough or the Rovers Return then grab Drama Fever and dip your toes into a collection of series and films likely to blow away the cobwebs!
Whilst CBS News will be known by many global news fans, CBC News is also worth checking out.
Some of these applications are only available to residents of certain countries. If you find yourself away from home, don't forget to check out our previous IPVanish posts to help you stay in touch with your favourite entertainment without geo-blocks getting in your way.
Please note compatibility has been tested for these applications prior to this post's publication, however as the code is written and updated by third parties, DroidBOX® can not guarantee any specifics. In some circumstances Android Lollipop or KitKat will be required, along with a controller capable of easily moving the on screen cursor.
If you're interested in a certain model and one or two applications are very important to you, drop us a line and we'll do our best to check for you.
Most applications are free, however some will require a subscription for access to all areas - NFL's Game Pass is one example of this system.
The following are applications that are believed to work, if you are resident in the USA, and have a cable provider login.
hulu, Cartoon Network, Watch ESPN, AMC, Disney Movies Anywhere, A&E, Adult Swim, CBS Sport, Earthlink TV, EPIX, USA, and The Movie Network's (TMN) Go
If any American customers have experienced using these applications, we would love to hear form you, please do leave us a message below!