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December 19, 2008

BBC iPlayer available for Macs


by David Allen

There is no doubt that the iPlayer from the BBC has been a brilliant success with millions of programmes being watched on PC’s, but unfortunately this has not been the case for the owners of Mac’s and Linux.

These systems will now be able to use the iPlayer to stream the BBC programmes.

The BBC have been working with Adobe to produce a system known as the BBC iPlayer Desktop, and now means that users of Mac’s and Linux will be able to catch with BBC programmes from the last seven days or simply download them and watch them within thirty days.

The beta version of the iPlayer Desktop is available from now, however it is expected to go on full release at some point in February next year.

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