Kodi is the favorite media center for many users of this kind of software, mainly due to two reasons: it is free and it can be expanded through the installation of add-ons, plug-ins or extensions, or whatever you prefer to call them. One of them is Wolf Pack, which features a very wide range of audiovisual content.
Good content but horrible sorting
In this Kodi add-on we find some good things and others that are not quite as good. Among the former we would highlight its content: it has movies, TV series from different periods and from different countries (if you like the old British series, you will find some good stuff here), western and Japanese cartoons (yup, anime), documentaries and also audiobooks. However, a nice twist is the narrated books that we don't usually find on this type of plug-in for the media center.
On the other hand, there is one thing that makes it score less well than other add-ons: organization is too messy. You won't find it easy to browse content and locate whatever it is that you are interested in watching or listening to (not in every category, obviously). So, if you decide to download it you should know that getting the most out of it might be a bit challenging.