The BOOM Kodi addon is a nice reliable source for live IPTV and sports streams found freely available on the internet. Check it out now and see what BOOM has available.
January 29th: For those users who remember the old Operation Robocop Kodi addon, it has returned as a new section without the BOOM addon! Operation Robocop was a live IPTV sports addon that was very popular for a few years before closing down last year. You can now check it out again inside of BOOM.
No matter how many live IPTV Kodi addons we feature, followers are always interested in more. The BOOM Kodi addon is worth checking out if you are looking for live streams. The addon features an easy interface and plenty of content worth checking out.
Upon installing the BOOM Kodi addon, you’ll see the following sections:
- Favourites (you can save your favourite channels and sections to favourites and view them here)
- Garlic Games
- Acestream Sports
- Sports Channels
- Other Channels
- Operation Robocop
Like other recent live IPTV addons we’ve featured lately like The Loop and Sports Hub, BOOM has a mixture of traditional and acestream links. Acestream links are generally more reliable, but you share your connection with other users to alleviate load. Use a VPN to hide your connection while using acestream links by clicking here.
NOTE: BOOM does not host any content within the Kodi addon. All streams are found publicly available on the internet. The Kodi developer has no control over the quality or content of the streams.
The BOOM Kodi addon can be found inside of the BOOM! Repository. Follow the developer on Twitter for more information.
Install Guide for the BOOM Kodi Addon
If you are interested in finding out more about the BOOM Kodi addon, feel free to follow the developer on Twitter for more information and addon support.
The install guide for this addon is not found on this website. 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.