Exodus is an addon for Kodi Media Center that allows you to stream videos. Developed by the creator of Genesis, Exodus gives us a great user experience with very polished menus, trakt integration and premium services support like realdebrid and premiumize. In this guide we’ll show you how to install Exodus on Kodi, let’s begin.
We are going to use Addon Installer from tvaddons.ag to install Exodus and its official repository (Exodus Repository) on our system, check our How to Install Fusion Addon Installer tutorial if you need to and come back here when you are ready.
You can link your trakt or IMDb account and use the “My Lists” section to manage your lists and collections which is recommended since there’s no library integration on Exodus. You can also use your premium accounts like realdebrid, premiumize and alldebrid.
Be aware that changing the indicators to trakt will only sync watched status of shows or movies you watch after you’ve made the change. If you already have a lot of content marked as watched on Kodi and you want to sync it to trakt, you’ll need to scrobble using the official Trakt addon.
If you need more detailed instructions on how to setup Trakt, check out our tutorial on How to use Trakt with Exodus.
The Exodus addon supports content downloading, to enable it go to “Tools” > “SETTINGS: Downloads” and set the path to your download folder. You can also enable subtitles using the Exodus subtitles options in settings but if you want greater control over the subtitles check our How to enable automatic subtitles on Kodi tutorial.