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Free BBC iPlayer For Android @ BBC iPlayer

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5y, 9m agoFound 5 years, 9 months ago
Watch and listen to BBC TV and Radio programmes from the last 7 days
BBC TV and Radio programmes now on Android. Watch and listen live, or choose your favourites from over 400 hours programming from the last 7 days.

- Watch live TV
- Listen to live radio
- Scroll through and find Featured and Most Popular programmes
- Add programmes to your favourites and have them ready and waiting when a new episode or series is available
- Browse through the schedule for upcoming programmes


Additional Information:
(thanks angryshopper and CyBerman)
The iPlayer for Android only works on a WiFi connection and needs Android 2.2
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#2
Shouldn't this be in the freebie section?

** Update **

Now moved.

Edited By: arduino on Feb 10, 2011 15:52
#3
Ah, sorry, I haven't posted many deals and forgot to select freebies.
Thanks for moving
#4
It is pretty good on the iPad too :) both came out today
#5
I guess not compatible on the san fran?
#6
All the shows I want to view says please switch to wifi to watch this program.
#7
What the point of this if you cannot watch over 3g?
#8
saayinla
All the shows I want to view says please switch to wifi to watch this program.


Yeah, it's Wifi only I'm afraid and you can't download radio and TV shows like you could on Myplayer and other similar android apps (shame the BBC killed that app and other similar ones).

Not worth bothering with if you're on Android 2.2 already, just use the BBC website.
#9
mikeyp
I guess not compatible on the san fran?


You need Android 2.2 to use it
#10
CyBerman
mikeyp
I guess not compatible on the san fran?


You need Android 2.2 to use it


I've got android 2.2 on my San Fran and it's not available on marketplace as far as I can see.
#11
Does this work outside the UK? Anyone tried it?
#12
angryshopper
Yeah, it's Wifi only I'm afraid and you can't download radio and TV shows like you could on Myplayer and other similar android apps (shame the BBC killed that app and other similar ones)


Not really killed, the apps are still there but they are either not available from Market or available versions have iPlayer functionality removed. You can still easily get these apps if you Google for the name followed by "apk".
#13
i ve had this for about 8 months,running on the g2.works really well got it from t:|pb. no one else with an android phone that i know could get it though, did they take it off or something?????
#14
I've also got 2.2 on my San Fran and it won't install on mine either. I wonder if it's because it thinks my San Fran is running 2.1 because they all ship with 2.1 installed.
#15
Dammit! My Milestone can only go up to 2.1. :(
#16
windhoek
I've also got 2.2 on my San Fran and it won't install on mine either. I wonder if it's because it thinks my San Fran is running 2.1 because they all ship with 2.1 installed.

It is more likely to be because the San Francisco hardware does not support Flash. This is a common misconception with the San Francisco - just because many people have upgraded to Android 2.2, thanks to the nice people at MoDaCo, they think they will automatically get Flash to work - I understand that this is never going to happen. (I have a San Francisco running the MoDaCo MCR 2.2 R11 ROM)
#17
Thanks, been waiting for this works great on my Desire HD :)
#18
Lack of 3G is a real shame. Been using the latest beebplayer.apk for ages. All functionality present and accounted for and easily Googled.
#19
Won't work on my htc wildfire and its been upgraded to 2.2. I sure the wildfire supports Flash.:(
#20
juniper
windhoek
I've also got 2.2 on my San Fran and it won't install on mine either. I wonder if it's because it thinks my San Fran is running 2.1 because they all ship with 2.1 installed.

It is more likely to be because the San Francisco hardware does not support Flash. This is a common misconception with the San Francisco - just because many people have upgraded to Android 2.2, thanks to the nice people at MoDaCo, they think they will automatically get Flash to work - I understand that this is never going to happen. (I have a San Francisco running the MoDaCo MCR 2.2 R11 ROM)


OK, thanks.
#21
This is free but TV license is not free. I have got a TV license letter mentioned that if the mobile device contains application to download programme from bbc will liable to pay TV license. :(
#22
max_co
This is free but TV license is not free. I have got a TV license letter mentioned that if the mobile device contains application to download programme from bbc will liable to pay TV license. :(

get a tv licence you cheapskate

bbc is one of the good things about being british
#23
anyone know when this will be out on the iphone?
#24
I still have BeebPlayer on Android 1.6 which works amazing, but for Android 2.2 users I guess this is good too.
#25
Downloaded thanks
#26
mikeyp
I guess not compatible on the san fran?

I have a HTC Hero, with a similar spec to the san fran, used to use MyPlayer until the BBC twisted the developers arm, then got frustrated that I wasn't using the 3 gig data allowance on my contract and found this link to the first version on MyPlayer that works fine!
http://www.mediafire.com/?zgpiki6xc5c2jfs
2,998 MB used last month:)
Should work with all lower spec android handsets, you need to select "allow instilation of non-Market applications" in Settings>Applications, or install via a computer.
#27
felixmoran
mikeyp
I guess not compatible on the san fran?

I have a HTC Hero, with a similar spec to the san fran, used to use MyPlayer until the BBC twisted the developers arm, then got frustrated that I wasn't using the 3 gig data allowance on my contract and found this link to the first version on MyPlayer that works fine!
http://www.mediafire.com/?zgpiki6xc5c2jfs

2,998 MB used last month:)
Should work with all lower spec android handsets, you need to select "allow instilation of non-Market applications" in Settings>Applications, or install via a computer.


Thanks. Works fine on my SF :)
1 Like #28
i jsut stick with beebplayer it can be easily googled as previsously mentioned. THE BBC IPLAYER APP IS RUBBISH, why you ask? you can only watch it over wifi, beebplayer is both 3g and wifi. secondly iplayer only works on 2.2 and on certain processsors and you need flash, beebplayer works on any android device regardless of having flash, ive used it on 2.1. The only advantage of iplayer over beebplayer or myplayer is the ability of watchin bbc1 and 2....
1 Like #29
Just browse to the iplayer website instead of using the app. It runs fine, works on wifi and 3g, and you don't need a tv license for it.
#30
Beebplayer is not available anymore. I was gonna try it then found this.
http://davejohnston.posterous.com/?tag=beebplayer
#31
windhoek
Beebplayer is not available anymore. I was gonna try it then found this.
http://davejohnston.posterous.com/?tag=beebplayer


download it from 4shared.com, search beebplayer on the site
1 Like #32
daindian
i jsut stick with beebplayer it can be easily googled as previsously mentioned. THE BBC IPLAYER APP IS RUBBISH, why you ask? you can only watch it over wifi, beebplayer is both 3g and wifi. secondly iplayer only works on 2.2 and on certain processsors and you need flash, beebplayer works on any android device regardless of having flash, ive used it on 2.1. The only advantage of iplayer over beebplayer or myplayer is the ability of watchin bbc1 and 2....

You can watch bbc channels on m.tvcatchup.com anyway!!! I think I'll just stick with that.
#33
daindian
i jsut stick with beebplayer it can be easily googled as previsously mentioned. THE BBC IPLAYER APP IS RUBBISH, why you ask? you can only watch it over wifi, beebplayer is both 3g and wifi. secondly iplayer only works on 2.2 and on certain processsors and you need flash, beebplayer works on any android device regardless of having flash, ive used it on 2.1. The only advantage of iplayer over beebplayer or myplayer is the ability of watchin bbc1 and 2....


You can still watch live bbc 1 and bbc 2 as well as a whole bunch of other channels with beebplayer.
#34
old dinosaur here
please in laymans terms
wot the f***k is android???????????
#35
peterdarlison
old dinosaur here
please in laymans terms
wot the f***k is android???????????


It would have been quicker to look it up yourself than to ask here.
#36
peterdarlison
old dinosaur here
please in laymans terms
wot the f***k is android???????????


Android is a robot duh!
http://www.di.fm/images/android.png

Edited By: MadeDixonsCry on Feb 11, 2011 09:46
#37
no dice on my Wildfire either - MyPlayer it is!
#38
Not the most practical solution but I have a mate in the office who has a Desire too.

Connected to each others Hotspot and appears to get the obvious wifi connection issue but effectively steaming over 3G.

I wonder if anyone has thought of building this into a Custom Software (_;) i.e. 3G appear as wifi connected.

As I said not really practical but can be done.
#39
Beebplayer and Myplayer both work fine on my San Fran - just search for the apk and copy to phone and install. Simples!
#40
bbc 1 and 2 doesnt work for me on beeb player.... i get the message sorry this video cant be played

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