The BBC has launched a new Radio version of its iPlayer catch-up service.
The new service brings together the familiar iPlayer on-demand experience with new home pages for BBC radio stations, making it easier for audiences to to listen to live, catch-up and archive content across devices.
As well as an online version compatible with desktop and notebook computers, a free app is available for Apple iPhone and iPad users.
The BBC says a version for devices running Google’s Android Operating System will “follow soon”.
Daniel Danker, General Manager, Programmes and On-Demand for the BBC, said: “BBC iPlayer Radio is radio for an audience that expects to access our content anywhere: now you truly can take BBC Radio with you wherever you go.
“It’s also radio for an audience that wants greater choice and control. They want to listen again when they choose, to personalise their listening experience, to share tracks they’ve discovered with friends. BBC iPlayer Radio delivers all of these things, in a simple, consistent, easy to navigate way. At the heart of it is the BBC’s quality radio programmes, and iPlayer Radio sets those programmes free like never before.”