These development builds, often called “pre-release” builds, are what will eventually lead to the final v17 version.
THESE BUILDS ARE OFTEN UNSTABLE and are only for users that do not fear bugs or crashes. They are mainly used for development to help us in testing for the upcoming releases. If you want a stable HTPC then please install a stable build instead. Always backup before using a development build.
Monthly snapshots are semi-stable nightly snapshots of the current development version. They are a step between (often) unstable nightly builds and stable release builds, though they can sometimes still be very unstable.
Nightly builds are made on a daily basis and contain the most recent changes. These should be considered unstable for daily usage and should only be used for to help us find possible issues to provide more stable monthly builds and in the end a stable final release.

Be sure to read the following pages before trying these out:
- Development builds
- Quality assurance testing
- How to submit a bug report
Beta build: installer
Nightly build: installer
Windows store: installer
Nightly build: Guide
Android: Google PlayBeta build: ARMv7a (32bit) - x86 - ARMv8A (64bit)
Nightly build: ARMv7a (32bit) - x86 - ARMv8A (64bit)
Raspberry Pi
Development builds: Guide
iOS (jailbroken)
Beta build: iDevice (Guide)
Nightly build: iDevice (Guide)
Mac OS X
Beta build: 64bit
Nightly build: 64bit
Be sure to also try out our official Android and iOS remote controls.
You can find out how further down the page.

Official remotes

In addition to creating Kodi, the members of Team Kodi have created official remotes to be installed on your tablet or phone. These can take control of your Kodi installation from where you browse your movies, tvshows, PVR/DVR, start add-ons and navigate through the interface.
Kore™ (Android) Official Kodi Remote (iOS)
Official release Beta testing program Official release
Weekly bleeding
edge build:

download APK

Like Kodi itself, both official remotes are free and open source software.