The open source Kodi (XBMC) program is especially great for watching video content online. There is no need to download the movie clips here, but they can be watched as it supports on-demand video service. Of course, image quality depends on the speed of our internet. Kodi can be used for other purposes (music, pictures, etc.) as it is a real multimedia station. Plus, it's an open source program, which means it's free and available to anyone who wants it.
However, since Kodi may also be used to broadcast or promote illegal content, a recent Turkish media company, beIN Media Group, has submitted a request to remove a popular program from Google's search results. Unfortunately, Google has granted the request, which means that Code has been removed from Google's search results. In practice, this means that when looking for free multimedia programs, Kodi does not appear as often as it has.
Google, however, has introduced a policy of blacklisting the keyword search engine system in 2011 and is constantly updating it. This actually means that when you type in a word that is blacklisted by Google, you will not receive search tips, while the search results will actually be what we want. It should also be noted that Kodi has already filed a complaint with Google, believing that their software was not perceived as illegal, but rather as a legal content player.