Simply put, Navi-X is a collection of playlists. Some of these playlists are official RSS feeds from around the web; some are user-generated playlists. All of them offer content you can stream. The point is, there's a lot of content collected here. Take some time to look around.
Browse thousands of TV shows, movies and podcasts from one interface, and keep track of your favorites. Navi-X, a plugin you can add to XBMC and Boxee, brings a variety of content from around the web to a single interface you can easily browse from your remote. A content aggregator made up of user-contributed playlists, Navi-X can seem overwhelming at first. Do some exploring, however, and you'll soon find a treasure trove of multimedia content.
A media center application is only as good as the content it can play. Navi-X certainly brings a lot of it. Compatibility with XBMC and Boxee means you can use Navi-X on Linux, Mac and Windows machines, but if you have a jailbroken Wii you can use Navi-X via WiiMC.
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