Since Kodi first announced that there would be a proper UWP version of its app for Windows 10 and Xbox One, there's been a lot of interest. Understandably. The team has now issued an update on progress and while there's nothing imminently heading our way, things are moving in the right direction.
From the latest developer blog:
The news comes alongside the announcement that from version 18, Leia, Kodi will be available as a full 64-bit application for Windows. In the quest for UWP, this was also an important step as detailed in the quote above.
So we need to be patient and wait a little longer. But the Kodi team is pretty transparent when it comes to updates on what they're working on, and they're committed to making a UWP version happen. We can't wait for the day it arrives.
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