It seems that the word has gotten out from developers of the popular open source XBMC media center application, where they have managed to port this particular software to have it play nice with the Android operating system from Google. While the app itself cannot be downloaded from the Google Play Store at the moment, the source code is already readily available, and this did lead to some folks to make a compilation, which logically results in an installable pre-release version of XBMC for Android.
For those of you who absolutely need to remain abreast with the latest developments, there are unofficial nightly releases available for the XBMC for Android, thanks to XDA Developers forum member “kemonine96” who is behind this nightly versions. Folks who want to perform a download will need to take note that there are a couple of XBMC for Android versions at the moment, so it bodes you well to peruse the list of supported devices beforehand so that you can know whether you should use the build for NEON or non-NEON devices.
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