The iStream Kodi addon has been taken over by Mucky Duck and rebranded into the Duckpool Kodi addon. For those familiar with iStream, Duckpool is one of the biggest and most ambitious Kodi addons for movie and television. Discuss Duckpool and other Kodi add-ons on our new message board!
Duckpool, like Exodus or SALTs, is a multi-scraper Kodi add-on that pulls streams back from a large number of sources. Scrapers can also be updated and fixed on-the-fly, meaning that streams in the add-on can be fixed without needing constant add-on updates.
The Duckpool Kodi add-on scrapes videos from over 25 sources. It pulls metadata and links back on the fly and is good about telling you what it is working on in the add-on.
Inside the add-on, there are plenty of sorting options you can choose from, including votes, alphabetical, views, year, release date, and more. You can also sort links ascending or descending, giving you maximum customization in Duckpool
One of the most unique features in the Duckpool Kodi add-on is that it has picture-in-picture, allowing you to watch your stream in the corner while you search for another.
Like all other Kodi addons, Duckpool does not host or store any streams or content. It simply searches the public internet for streams and pulls back what it finds.
How to Install Duckpool Kodi Addon
This addon is a third-party Kodi addon not supported by the Kodi Foundation. Though Kodi add-ons don’t story any files or host any content, streams from this addon are scraped from websites that fall in a grey legal area.
Because it is not legal to stream this content in every country and location, we are not posting a how-to guide on this website. We believe that this is the safest move for KodiTips.com because we know that there are parties looking to crack down on websites promoting piracy and we are not one of those.
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