- HD audio support, including DTS-MA and Dolby True-HD, via the new XBMC AudioEngine (OSX/iOS not yet available).
- Live TV and PVR support
- h.264 10bit (aka Hi10P) video software decoding for anime
- 64bit support in OSX to match the 64bit support in Linux
- Improved image support, allowing the database to accommodate numerous additional image types and more interesting and complex skins
- Support for the Raspberry PI/Android platform (Initial support)
- Improved AirPlay support across all platforms, including AirPlay audio in XBMC for Windows to match the other platforms
- Improved controller support in Windows and Linux
- Advanced Filtering in the library
- Video library tags to complement movie sets
- Advanced UPnP sharing
- Default video languages now match the language being used by XBMC
- Translations now powered by Transifex
We decided to try and install Frodo on an Android based device (Samsung Galaxy II with Android 4.0.3). First of we discovered that Frodo currently isn’t on the Google Play store. This is a bit annoying, but we are promised that Google will probably approve the app in the not too distant future. In the meantime we needed to approve accepting apps from "unknown sources" in the security settings of our mobile device and then go to the XBMC download page using the mobile device browser and download (and install) the app manually.