The BBC today introduced Mac support for its streaming “iPlayer” TV service in beta form.
“Mac users can visit the iPlayer beta site now to immediately begin streaming shows broadcast across the last seven days,” Jonny Evans reports for Macworld UK.
“The service has until now been available in beta format for Windows systems only. The facility to download shows within a seven-day window of transmission will remain Windows-only… It’s understood that the facility to download shows will be made available for Mac and Linux users during 2008,” Evans reports.
Full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: Mac users are advised to keep demanding feature-parity from the BBC if you really want to see it in 2008. The squeakiest wheels definitely seem to be getting greased in this case, so good work so far, but keep it up!
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