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XBMC Entertainment Center is available as a native application for Android, Linux, Mac OS X, iOS (iDevices and Apple TV 2), and Windows operating systems, running on most common processor architectures. A small overview of the features can be found on our about page. For each platform, we offer a stable and development release(s). For normal users we recommend installing the stable releases.

From now on, XBMC will be named Kodi.
13.2 Gotham will be the last XBMC named version. You can read more about it here.

Additionally you can now pre-order the The last XBMC Shirt ever.

Stable Release: 13.2 “Gotham”

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WIKI: How-to
DL_Icons_LinuxWIKI: Linux (*) DL_Icons_Apple Files: OSX - x86
WIKI: How-to
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WIKI: How-to
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WIKI: How-to

* XBMCbuntu needs a manual update to 13.1, which will be available soon on the Ubuntu PPA.

You can find quick start guides or more comprehensives information on the WIKI.
Note: Don’t forget to read our development blog posts. We are always happy to receive a donation by which you show your support and appreciation.

donate-buttonWe are always happy to receive a donation by which you show your support and appreciation. All donations go towards the not-for-profit foundation and are typically used for travel to attend conferences, any necessary paperwork and legal fees, purchase necessary hardware and licenses for developers and hopefully the yearly XBMC Foundation Developers Conference.


From now on, XBMC will be named Kodi.
14.0 will be the first release under the new name Kodi.  You can read more about it here.

Additionally you can now pre-order the The last XBMC Shirt ever.

Development Builds: Kodi 14.0 Code name “Helix”

Monthly builds (alpha) are semi-stable nightly snapshots of the current development version. They are a step between (often) unstable nightly builds and stable release builds, though they can sometimes still be very unstable depending on various factors.

Kodi 14.0 “Helix” alpha2

DL_Icons_WindowsFile: Windows
WIKI: How-to
DL_Icons_LinuxWIKI: Linux (*) DL_Icons_Apple Files: OSXx86
WIKI: How-to
DL_Icons_AndroidFiles: ARMx86
WIKI: How-to
DL_Icons_RaspberryPiWIKI: Raspberry Pi DL_Icons_Apple_iOSWIKI: iOS DL_Icons_Apple_TVWIKI: ATV 2 xbmcbuntu-logo-dlFile: XBMCbuntu (*)
WIKI: How-to

* XBMCbuntu needs a manual update to 14.0 alphas, which are now available on the Ubuntu nightlies-PPA.

Nightly Builds are made on a daily basis and contain the most recent changes. These should be considered unstable for daily usage and should only be used for to help us find possible issues to provide more stable monthly builds and in the end a stable final release.

XBMC developers have a merge cycle every month for new features and major changes. For ten days they add new features, then for the rest of the month they fix things. The monthly is then taken from a nightly just before they start adding features again. For this reason, they are often more stable than the average nightly build.

Be sure to read the following pages before trying these out:
- Development builds
- Quality assurance testing

Only for the brave. You could expect breakage when running which can be downloaded from here.

Important: Helix builds always have *master* in the filename.

We are always happy to receive a donation by which you show your support and appreciation.

Older releases

We do not support releases before version 13.1 on our forums any more, and we do not accept bug-reports for versions before 13.1.
We do keep the downloads of previous releases available for debugging and testing purposes. We strongly suggest not installing these. You can find them here.

Source Code

Stable release sources are available here. Current development is done in our git repository. The source can be viewed online at github or cloned:

$ git clone git://github.com/xbmc/xbmc.git

Download mirrors

To provide these downloads we use a network of mirrors across the globe to provide the best possible location to download from. For actually distributing the downloads and making sure you will download from the best server available we have been using Mirrorbrain, which has been operating since 2010 and so far hasn’t failed us yet. This is a great piece of software that constantly checks the status of the mirrors and dishes out files based on certain criteria, in an effort to ensure that downloads work as quickly and reliably as possible. Besides these builds it also hosts all the add-on which you can find in our official XBMC.org repository.

The actual mirror list is generated automatic and can be found at http://mirrors.xbmc.org/list.html
We also provide a status report for each server if they are still in sync at http://mirrors.xbmc.org/mirmon.html
So we would like to thank all these providers for helping us out on distributing XBMC throughout the world. If you are interested in being added to this list feel free to contact us. Do note that we will only accept offers from large institutions or companies to keep possible problems at a minimum.

About XBMC

XBMC is a free and open source media player application developed by the XBMC Foundation, a non-profit technology consortium. XBMC is available for multiple operating-systems and hardware platforms, featuring a 10-foot user interface for use with televisions and remote controls. It allows users to play and view most videos, music, podcasts, and other digital media files from local and network storage media and the internet.