BBC iPlayer Android app now available for Download

Download BBC iPlayer Android app
One of the most awaited and popular Entertainment app BBC iPlayer is now available for Andorid Devices. 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

Downlaod BBC iPlayer Android app     Download BBC iPlayer Android app

BBC iPlayer was developed for Android by Media Applications Technologies for the BBC
Package name : bbc.iplayer.android.apk
File size: 929KB

Download BBC iPlayer Android App v1.00:
BBC iPlayer Android apk

BBC iPlayer is a Free Android App. Download BBC iPlayer from the link above or Simply use Barcode reader or click Direct Install form Android Phone’s Browser.

20 COMMENTS Add your comment

  1. You can only watch BBC iplayer in the UK cause you need to pay for a TV licens if you own a TV and the license fee goes to the BBC so that is why you can’t view most of there content online outside the UK

  2. It’s now the 8th March, and my Sony Ericsson X8 still says that “The requested iten could not be found”
    SO WHATS GOING ON??????????????????

  3. I’m getting weary of this yes-it-works / no-it-doesn’t shambles where the iPlayer is concerned.

    FACT: regardless of what the BBC actually says, the reality is. . .

    BBC iPlayer app does not run on Android Honeycomb 3.0 or the new update to 3.1.

    Why can’t this be made clear? More to the point:

    Why can’t the reason be made clear??

    Is it the BBC? Is it Google?

    I can’t see it being anything to do with, say, Adobe. Nor with manufacturers like Motorola (Xoom) and Asus (eeePad.)

    An explanation is overdue. . .

  4. I also have andriod 2.2. And it is still saying that it could not be found. What the bloody hell is going on.

    I think this is all make believe.

  5. @Dene

    You are an idiot. The MediaFire link has been taken down. If you live outside the UK, the GooglePlay (direct install) link will not work–which is why people have followed a search engine link to this page in the first place.

    I finally downloaded the apk from a link at xda-developers:
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=1115224&d=1339160098

    It works a treat–I am watching the Korean Grand Prix at this moment.

    My geolocation spoofing solution requires two root apps–but they are free.

  6. Why doesn’t is give me the option of watching live TV?
    I have Motorola XOOM and this android app appears to act as a link to I player on the web and does not look like the screen shots the BBC supplies.

  7. BBC is great on Android. If live outside UK, you can use tools like UnoTelly to get BBC on your Android.

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