In this post, I want to share with you a much easier way to install Kodi add-ons than the traditional method.  All you need is an add-on called Indigo.

I’ve written a lot of tutorials on how to install various Kodi add-ons.  They’re all done by installing the add-on’s repository from Fusion, and then installing the add-on from it’s repository.

The problem is that when you hear of an add-on you want to try, you have to search for a tutorial to tell you which repository it belongs to.

Well, the folks at TVADDONS.ag (the host of Fusion and most of the best Kodi add-ons) have a handy utility add-on called Indigo.  It has a really nice feature to easily browse and install add-ons with just a click.

Indigo’s add-on installer section has nice categories for browsing including Featured, Live TV, Sports, Kodi Skins, etc.  You can search for add-ons, or browse them alphabetically.

Fusion Indigo Addon Installer

Also, what I like about installing add-ons with Indigo is that it doesn’t just install the add-on, but it also automatically installs the repository for that add-on so that your add-on always stays up to date.

How to Install the Indigo Add-on for Kodi

  • Add Fusion as a Source in Kodi’s File Manager
  • Go to Add-ons > My Add-ons
  • Go up a folder by selecting the 2 dots (..)
  • Select Install from zip file
  • Select Fusion (or whatever you called it in the file manager)
  • Select begin-here
  • Select plugin.program.indigo-x.x.x.zip
  • Be patient because this takes a while to install in the background.  Wait for the notification that the add-on is installed
  • Go back to the home screen > Add-ons > Indigo

How to Install Add-ons Using Indigo

  • Open the Indigo Add-on
  • Go to Addon Installer
  • Browse the folder to find the add-on you want to install and select it
  • You will be prompted to confirm if you want to install the add-on and its repository.  Select Install
  • Done!  You should now see the add-on in the appropriate home screen section
  • NOTE: Some plugins require you to restart Kodi, so you should do that after installing add-ons

What Do You Think?

Do you like this way of installing add-ons?  Let me know your thoughts in the comments.  Thanks!