The BBC’s Free TV site has launched a new video app which streams all its free TV shows and movies to your TV from your smartphone.
The app, which was launched today, allows users to access programmes from BBC iPlayer, iPlayer Classic, iList, and the BBC iSearch service.
It also allows users who have purchased the BBC app to access content from the BBC’s website.
The app will also let users stream shows and films from their favourite sites.
The BBC is hoping that the new service will help bring more people into the BBC and boost the number of people who are signing up to watch free TV content.
In the past, the BBC has struggled to get enough users to download and use its free services, with the BBC itself only getting 3.2 million users to use its BBC iBookstore and iPlayer.
With this new app, the service aims to address these issues.
It’s also aimed to offer a way to find programmes and movies which you might have missed in the past and also allow users to get paid to watch it.
The new app comes as the BBC tries to improve its online advertising business, which has been in the red for some time.