Since my initial posting of this in 2017, the cCloud Kodi add-on was one of the best add-ons I’ve seen for live TV and tons of 24/7 streams.
Over the years, its repo has moved around leaving the old add-on to stop working. But, the good news is that the latest version still works as good as ever, and it’s definitely worth having installed on your Kodi.
Update: More recently, in 2019, the cCloud team developed a companion add-on called cCloud TV Guide which is a really nice EPG or TV Guide interface used to navigate channels on cCloud.
If you’re looking for a nice familiar TV Guide for live TV, but free streaming through Kodi, cCloud is the first add-on to try out!
In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to install the cCloud TV Kodi Add-on.
Before we get into it, just a reminder, when using streaming add-ons for Kodi, it’s important to use a VPN. Check out that post to learn my top reasons why you should use a VPN.
Why Use cCloud TV Add-on for Kodi?
While streaming add-ons like Neptune Rising, Incursion, and Magicality are still my personal favorite add-ons for simply keeping up with the latest episodes of my favorite shows, sometimes you just want to turn on a channel and watch whatever is on. Sometimes you don’t want to have to think about what to watch.
That’s where the cCloud TV add-on shines. It has thousands of live channels available to stream. So, if you just want to watch a news channel, a sports channel, or whatever, you can just turn it on here.
It even has a new cCloud TV Guide add-on for a great EPG experience.
In the 24/7 channels section, there are well over 100 pre-made custom channels that are a non-stop stream of random episodes from one show or random movies from one genre.
One reason why these 24/7 streams are so great is because they load really fast! They start playing instantly without any loading or scraping of links, and I haven’t had any of them with any buffering issues.
cCloud TV Kodi Add-on Details and Status
|cCloud TV (1.5.8)
|Dec 12, 2018
|Dec 25, 2019
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How to Install cCloud TV Repo Using the GitHub Browser
This is the easiest way to install cCloud TV if you already have the GitHub Browser add-on from TVAddons / Fusion.
If you want to use the GitHub Browser to install the cCloud TV repo, then follow my tutorial on how to install the GitHub Browser. After you have the GitHub Browser add-on installed, you can easily install the cCloud TV repo simply by searching for the GitHub username:
After you have installed the cCloud TV repository, move on to learn how to install the cCloud TV add-on from the cCloud TV repo.
How to Install the cCloud TV Repo from the KinkeadTech File Source
- Go to Settings (cog icon) > File Manager
- Select Add Source
- Click on the <None> box and type in the URL of the repo server, exactly like this (case-sensitive):
Hint: If you’re on a phone and the URL is too long, swipe sideways.
- Give it a name in the box below (name it KinkeadTech)
- Now, go to the Settings > Add-ons > Install from Zip File > KinkeadTech > repository.ccloud.v1.0.zip
How to Install the cCloud TV Add-on From the cCloud TV Repo
- After you have the cCloud TV Repo installed, go back to the Settings > Add-ons screen and select Install from Repository > cCloud TV Repo > Video add-ons > cCloud TV > Install
How to Install the cCloud TV Guide EPG Add-on
To install the TV Guide companion add-on for cCloud, just go to install the add-on from the cCloud repository, but instead of choosing “Video Add-ons”, choose “Program Add-ons” and you’ll see “cCloud TV Guide”.
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