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Watch Free TV on Your Apple iPad via BBC iPlayer

Watch Free TV on Your Apple iPad via BBC iPlayer

The Apple iPad is truly a wonderful device, and thanks to all those free applications out there, it can do almost everything that you would do on a normal computer/laptop. You can watch movies, play games, read your favorite books and do lots more with your iPad. Now though, you can also watch free TV on your iPad thanks to BBC’s new iPlayer App. The British Broadcasting Corporation recently announced that they’ll be officially launching the iPlayer App for the iPad. An Android version is also in the making.

With the BBC iPlayer App you can watch those popular most watched programmes and also enjoy live radio tunes on your iPad. You can also browse through the program schedules and decide what you’d like to watch. The App has been optimized and designed for the iPad and has a very simple user interface.

The iPlayer App is now available for download via the App Store. The App is free, but once it brings international programmes then you may have to subscribe and shell out some money. Right now only programmes from BBC network are available.

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