Ahead of other platforms and the iPhone SDK, doctor the BBC announce support for iPlayer using the iPhone and iPod Touch.
The BBC has launched a version of its iPlayer video on demand service for the Apple iPhone and iPod touch. It is the first time the service has been available on portable devices.
BBC News have a piece about it and the BBC internet blog has the full scoop. Why would people interested in Over the Air be interested? Well the team who worked on this should be at the event, and who knows maybe there might be some video feeds for people to build into their prototypes?
And only 6 days late but less that a month till Over the Air , we do wonder how we missed the announcement yesterday. We can’t wait to see what applications people will come up with now you don’t have to jail break your iphone.
Yet another great reason to come along to Over the Air, I’m sure you will all agree…
48 hours of mobile development organised by Mobile Monday London, troche hosted by Imperial College and supported by the BBC
Some people are calling it hackday for mobile development, while others are simply calling it a well timed event for people interested in wireless and mobile development.
Well what ever you call it, you certainly do not want to miss this event.