Popular IPTV service cCloud is a great IPTV Stalker replacement. cCloud has been around for a while and now has a Kodi cCloud add-on. Read on for information about cCloud!
January 20th: The cCloud Kodi addon has returned in the Kodibae Repository. No telling what support will be like moving forward, but the latest version, v1.5.6, is up and testing of the addon was positive for us.
cCloud is an IPTV live TV add-on that has been around for a while. The add-on is available in the PodGod repo. cCloud is a team dedicated to making sure that IPTV stream links are kept live and up to date. The team organizes m3u streams and playlists from around the web and updates the address within the cCloud interface. The new Kodi add-on brings those features over to our favorite media platform.
Here are the features and details of the Kodi cCloud service:
- 1000+ live channels
- Channels include live TV, movies, TV shows, premium radio, and news channels.
- If you are looking to get an idea of what channels are available, here is a Pastebin link that may be outdated slightly but should give you an idea of what is availabole. Click here.
- The official website of cCloud is http://ccloud.corrent.org.
- The next update for cCloud will see it teaming up with joker.org, which is a service that allows you to stream any torrent file!
- cCloud has survived DMCA notices and has been deemed legal thanks to its Disclaimer notice for copyright owners. cCloud does not host any of its streams. cCloud is a simple cloud based media player used to sync stream links which can be found anywhere on the web.
The #1 thing that will make cCloud a true IPTV Stalker alternative is consistency and reliability, which remains to be seen over a long period of time. As well, there is no direct EG guide integration to cCloud, which is one of the things that made IPTV Stalker so popular.
The cCloud Kodi addon can be found in the Colossus Repository.
Install Guide for the cCloud Kodi Addon
If you are interested in finding out more about the cCloud Kodi addon, you can reach the Kodibae repository on GitHub which has the information you need. Note that we do not control the content on GitHub.
As you may have heard, telecom companies have been abusing their power by claiming that addon developers have been infringing content, despite the fact that Kodi addons are open source python code that simply search the public internet and host no content at all.
While we believe Kodi developers are innocent, we are not posting step-by-step download guides right now. We think this is best for the longevity of KodiTips.com in case these same companies want to come and claim we are hosting or supporting something in a legal grey area.