BBC iPlayer Radio App is out

Staff Writer

The BBC delivered the last stage of its international roll out of their free iPlayer Radio app.

The app is easy as to use and can serve any one of the BBC network brands on virtually any device.

It will show a touchscreen dial when you open the app for the first time. You then simply spin the dial to access more BBC Radio stations.

James Montgomery, Digital Development Director, BBC News and Current Affairs, says: “The new international BBC iPlayer Radio app makes it easier for audiences around the world to discover and enjoy the richness of our output – both live radio and to downloaded content.

“We hope that the app will be a destination on mobile homescreens for audiences around the world who want to explore the breadth of BBC radio, from news and current affairs to drama, comedy and music. This launch also comes at a time when the UK is at the centre of a huge news story which the BBC is helping to explain to audiences worldwide.”

Available globally for iOS, Android and Amazon devices, the app is freely available to download from the Apple App Store Google Play and Amazon Store.


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