The wait is over! After months of development, we’re pleased to finally announce the release of FreeTelly for both Mac and Windows! You can now easily watch nearly anything that’s available online (and that’s a lot of content) through FreeTelly’s nifty interface, no more popups or annoying ads to deal with ever! FreeTelly is essentially a custom version of Kodi that comes preconfigured with all the best addons and customizations, making it the perfect tool for watching all your favourite streaming content.
FreeTelly is a bit like Netflix, but it’s totally free and gives you access to an infinite amount of content. FreeTelly uses addons which interface with web sites, giving you the ability to navigate their streaming content through a user-friendly video-on-demand style interface. Say farewell to the days where you had to search the web for a decent quality stream, FreeTelly brings it all together, under one roof, for your satisfaction. It doesn’t matter when it was made, what it’s about, or where it’s from – if it’s available online, chances are FreeTelly will have it.
Unlike Popcorn Time, which uses P2P torrent technology that actually involves the end user with the distribution of content, FreeTelly only streams what is readily available online. It does not involve the end user in any type of content distribution whatsoever. Streaming is perfectly safe, but torrents and Popcorn Time often result in end users getting fined a pretty penny.
That’s it! We’re hoping that this will be something you’ll enjoy using on a daily basis, to go beyond fulfilling your home entertainment needs, and actually change your life. Special thanks goes to the one and only BlazeTamer for his hard work and dedication.
Even though it’s free, we still try to provide the best possible end user support, and improve future versions based on the feedback we get. Please feel free to visit our Discussion Forums at anytime, hearing from our users always puts a smile on our faces, most of the time at least.
Unfortunately we don’t have plans to develop FreeTelly for Android anytime in the near future, mostly due to the fact that it wouldn’t be Google Play store compatible, making the normal way of installing Kodi far easier for the end user.