If you are a usenet user, such as Easynews, you’ll want the best Android Usenet client on your Kodi box to freely stream and download files. Read on for more info.
Get an Android Usenet Client on your Kodi box today to maximize your Usenet usage. Usenet services, such as Easynews, provide access to private servers offering obscure content from anywhere in the world. This means that you can stream and download video and audio files not found in other addons like Exodus.
While the Easynews Kodi addon provides a way to stream from usenet services easily, not everybody wants to stream. Some users prefer to download Usenet files to watch them offline. Luckily, an Android Usenet client called EZ Usenet is available for Apple TV.
EZ Usenet (Android Usenet App) Features
- HD thumbnails
- Search content by keyword
- Filter search by Image, Audio, Video, Document, Archive, etc
- Advanced filtering by Date, Size, Filename,Newsgroup,Media types
- Built-in download manager to download files in the background to your SD card
- Save searches and reuse them later
- For a search result, you can do the following (depending on result):
- Download To… (select a location)
- Add to Zip Manager (sends the item to the first open queue)
- Download NZB (downloads the NZB file)
- Play URL – stream URL on an Android app such as MX Video Player and MoboPlayer
- Share URL
- Copy URL
The EZ Usenet app allows you to use Easynews without having to launch Kodi. In addition to streaming, the Android Usenet app lets you easily download as well.
Want to install EZ Usenet? Follow the guide below:
How to Install EZ Usenet Android TV App (Android Usenet App)
- Launch the Google Play store from your Android TV main menu.
- Use the search bar to search for EZ Usenet.
- Find the EZ Usenet app and click on it and then click Install
- You may have to accept a disclaimer for installing third party apps. Click Accept.
- After EZ Usenet is done downloading, it will be found in your Android TV apps.
The first time you launch EZ Usenet, you will have to enter in your Easynews credentials.