PublisherMedia Applications Technologies
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- Windows Phone 8.1
- Windows Phone 8
- phone identity
- music library
- media playback
- data services
- web browser component
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WVGA (480x800)
- WXGA (768x1280)
Supported languages (1)
English (United States)
Watch TV programmes live and on-demand with the BBC iPlayer app. Designed for the best viewing experience, the latest version lets you: - Watch live and on demand over Wi-Fi, 4G and 3G; - Enjoy smoother viewing with less buffering; - Browse new channel pages, themed programme collections and clearer categories; - Keep track of programmes you love by adding them to your favourites; - Access subtitles. For more info and help with the BBC iPlayer app, visit http://iplayerhelp.external.bbc.co.uk/tv/mobile/windows/
22/07/2014It's a wrapper around the website. I do like the website but cant help wondering if a proper app would be alot nicer. Would like to pin stuff to start screen - channels, programs etc. Play back can be very choppy. Lumia 625. Is that a ram issue?
22/07/2014Still no download function which has been on IOS for 18 months either. Considering they're supposed to be impartial the beeb sure does enjoy throwing all of their weight behind Apple products.
21/07/2014I tried to load 1 thing and it kept closing and saying connection lost and judging by the other reviews in not the only one sort it out!!
21/07/2014Its very problematic. Video is unbearable with constant stopping and starting even on a high speed leased line over WiFi. I agree with Chloe, build a universal windows app.
21/07/2014a really bad site. ITV 4OD no fuss easy to use Why is bbc not like them
20/07/2014Does what it says on the tin.
20/07/2014It doesn't load, it never ******* loads. All other apps are sweet but iplayer is ****. ** bbc
20/07/2014Does not work. Not even a bbc app. Anyway. Microsoft - stop allowing apps appearing to be official when they are a pathetic FAIL
20/07/2014Oh dear, this was never the most sophisticated app but now it is worse than useless. The streaming goes to pot half way through programmes (no, it's not our broadband speed); is this the result of the super adaptive bit-rate?