Today, I present you Kore – the official Kodi remote. Let’s say it right now. Kore is pretty new, and works well. However, I find that so far it is not as good as Yatse.
Of course, you’ll find everything you can ask for a #remote control app:
- Control your media center with an easy to use remote;
- See what’s currently playing, including relevant information about it (movies, TV shows, music, pictures, files and addons);
- View and manage the current playlist;
- Change and sync subtitles and audiostreams;
- View your media library, with details about movies, TV shows, music and addons;
- Control Kodi’s volume with the hardware keys;
- Works with Kodi and #xbmc (Frodo and Gotham);
- Nice and easy to use interface, with multiple themes.
But I still think the UI is not really user friendly, especially when it comes to finding new subtitles; it lacks some polishing.
I’ll keep playing with it and update this post while I get more used to Kore, so keep checking it!
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