orb3000 · Feb 19, 2011 at 06:00 am

BBC iPlayer for Android

XDA member ADeadlySpoon let us know about the release of the BBC iPlayer for Android devices. The player will allow streaming of BBC TV and radio content and include many of the features from the desktop version, which include series stacking, live TV, and radio streaming. The player is working on Android 2.2 and up and it´s recommended to be run on a device with a good processor, flash, and 3G -data plan- or WIFI connection to ensure a smooth viewing experience. Get it for free on the market.
Please leave feedback or report any bug found.

Originally posted by ADeadlySpoon
[APP] BBC iPlayer for Android (and iPhone/iPad)

http://www.metro.co.uk/tech/855057-b…ad-and-android
http://www.worldtvpc.com/blog/bbc-la…-ipad-android/

The BBC have released an iPlayer app free on the market, it does exactly as the mobile site for Android does, it streams programs to our phones.

It only works for Android 2.2+ because of the need for flash player.
Try it out!

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