How To Install PCCloud On Kodi
It’s not everyday you find a reliable cloud service that you can use on Kodi, I’ve had my experiences with using the Mega cloud add-on months ago and really didn’t get on with it due to various conflicts and errors, but it looks like we’ve found a cracker of a cloud storage Kodi add-on that seems to work great.
PCloud Video Streaming has been around for a while now and I’m just beginning to see the benefits to using this on a daily basis.
Before you go thinking that it’s a paid only cloud storage facility, it can also be a free cloud storage space as you get 20GB free! This can be enough for some users but there are upgrades you can purchase within the service to get more storage.
As you can see from the image below you already get categories setup by default but you can also create some of your own.
So inside my ‘Videos’ folder you can see I have a file in MP4 format, as I’ve know PCloud can play various formats but if you do get stuck with a particular format there are many tools online that can coverts files easily.
Playback is silky smooth.
PCloud is very well worth grabbing even if it’s for the 20GB free storage you get as I tend to upload my content remotely before I get home and it’s just a simple action of playing once home.
Before we start the tutorial on installing PCloud on your Kodi device, you must sign up to PCloud here. Once you have done so, follow our easy install guide below.
STEP 1. Select system.
STEP 2. Choose Add-ons.
STEP 3. Now select Get Add-ons.
STEP 4. Scroll down until you find the Kodi repo and select.
STEP 5. Choose Video Add-ons.
STEP 6. Find PCloud and select.
STEP 7. Hit Install.
STEP 8. Head to your video add-on section and select PCloud, you will now get a pop-up to log in…press yes.
STEP 9. Enter your username/email and press done.
STEP 10. Now enter your password and press done.
STEP 11. You have successfully logged in and ready to view on your content on Kodi.