Setup Wizard included for easier setup. It's a really well made app for wp8 community, but I wish it had the ability to play locally on our devices.
XBMC 11 "Eden"
Awesome remote!!! Although I do wish it had a menu for my movie collections. Changed review. This app is abandonware, don't purchase These developers rule, never a glitch or a hiccup. If only they designed everything on the WP store. The connection is really unreliable.
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Published by 7Illusions. Unfortunately when they rolled out improved add-on integration with the last major release of XBMC, it became apparent that accessing add-ons through Confluence was kludgy and counter intuitive. The design team rearranged the menu bars on a horizontal axis instead of a vertical one and then did a fantastic job using the space above and below the cnetrla menu bar to display information. You can, for example, tuck add-ons directly into the front page categories for easy access.
XBMC 11.0 Available
You can put the shortcut for YouTube right under Videos—as seen in our screenshot above. You can read more about the changed in the Eden release of Confluence here. In addition to better front page integration, behind the scenes add-ons support has improved radically.
Once upon a time using add-ons with XBMC was agonizing. If you even got them installed, updates would almost always break them, and maintaining them was a huge hassle. The last major release of XBMC went a long way towards fixing the biggest problems by introducing centralized add-on management.
Screenshot Tour: XBMC 11 Eden Rocks Improved iOS Support, AirPlay, and Even a Custom XBMC OS
XBMC Eden further refines the process by introducing version rollback. Now if a new version of some add-on causes you any headaches, you can simple hop back into the Add-ons menu and roll it back to whatever previous version was most stable for you. This is the kind of fluid add-on management early XBMC adopters dreamed of.