By Media Applications Technologies Limited
Open iTunes to buy and download apps.
Keep up with BBC TV on the go.
The BBC iPlayer app now lets you:
- Download TV programmes to watch on the move
- Watch live on Wi-Fi and 3G/4G
- Catch up on the past 30 days
- Add shows to your Favourites so new episodes automatically stack for you to enjoy later
- Sign in to BBC iD to share your Favourites and to resume programmes across your other devices
- Stream programmes on your TV using Apple AirPlay
- Browse programmes by Schedule, Featured and Most Popular
To give you with the best experience, certain details like your Search History and Favourites may be stored on your device or securely on BBC servers.
To analyse and improve the app, it also uses technologies similar to performance cookies used by the BBC. You can alter your settings for this on your device. For more information about this and privacy, cookies and iPlayer more generally, visit the BBC iPlayer privacy FAQ page at http://iplayerhelp.external.bbc.co.uk/tv/app_privacy, or the BBC’s Privacy & Cookies site at http://www.bbc.co.uk/privacy/
The app was developed by Media AT (Media Applications Technologies Limited) which is a wholly owned subsidiary of the BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation).
Full details of Media AT are available on the Companies House website at: http://data.companieshouse.gov.uk/doc/company/07100235.
What's New in Version 4.11
Explore the "Menu" and you’ll find "My Programmes", the new home for BBC programmes you love. Sign in with your BBC iD to find programmes you’re "Watching" as well as all your "Favourites". You can pick up watching where you left off on your phone, tablet or laptop.
You’ve told us about a issue with downloads restarting from the beginning and we’ve found a fix. Let us know if this solves the issue. We’ve also fixed some bugs that were making the app crash for some of you.
As ever please send any feedback to @bbciplayer on Twitter or facebook.com/bbciplayer.
It's an app I use all the time and is very much appreciated, especially now the restarting bug has been fixed.
However, I can't understand why it's not possible to order downloaded programmes by expiry date (first to expire at the top) or even alphabetically. That, and being able to access the downloads from a button on the main screen, would make it a 5 star app.
This was a great app and it still looks great. However, the latest upgrade has deleted all of my favourites so I have to define them as favourites again. This is possible for current programmes but I will not remember all of the old ones. Also, to resume a download means going to the Watching list instead of simply continuing from the same part of the app. Not great design but at least it works now I suppose.
Still crashes on startup August 19th update
Since last update not been able start this up.... Crashes on iPhone 6 + on iOS 9.4 after first startup screen.... Deleted restarted reinstalled to no avail.... Was working perfectly til update ----- PLEASE FIX IT because it's as useless as a jelly doorstop right now
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- Category: Entertainment
- Updated: 19 August 2015
- Version: 4.11
- Size: 28.4 MB
- Language: English
- Developer: Media Applications Technologies Limited
- © BBC 2015
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimised for iPhone 5, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus.