BBC Sounds: Radio & Podcasts MODDED 2022

2.7.0.16021

Listen to your favourite BBC podcasts, live radio and music all in one app!
4.1/5 Votos: 61,214
Versión
2.7.0.16021
Actualización
29.03.2022
Requerimientos
5.0 and up
Tamaño
37M
Consíguelo en
Google Play

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Descripción

BBC Sounds is the new way to listen to BBC audio – your favourite programmes, podcasts, radio stations and music all in one place.

Explore a wide variety of new podcasts, music mixes and live sets. Listen live to BBC radio stations. Catch up or listen again to your favourite BBC radio shows.

Features include:
‐ Listen live to all BBC Radio stations
‐ Pause and rewind live radio, see past and future station schedules
‐ Download and listen to your shows on the go
‐ Continue listening from where you left off on any device
‐ Autoplay multiple episodes of series or podcasts or all your downloads (optional)
‐ Subscribe to BBC podcasts, mixes and programmes
‐ See the latest episodes from your favourite programmes and podcasts in one handy list
‐ Get personalised recommendations to discover new audio you’ll love
‐ Send music tracks you like to Apple Music and Spotify
‐ Browse by speech and music categories
‐ Sleep Timer

When using the Android Auto enabled version of BBC Sounds, it is your responsibility to always follow safe driving practices (i.e. don’t be distracted and focus on the road at all times). Comply with all relevant laws, traffic regulations and road signs.

To give you the best experience, this app tracks what you’ve listened to on BBC Sounds and how long you’ve listened to programmes for. It also tracks when you add something to Bookmarks or Subscriptions. By “Allow Personalisation”, you will get personalized recommendations. More information can be found here https://www.bbc.co.uk/usingthebbc/account/about-your-personalisation-settings/.

In addition, the BBC Sounds app uses standard Android app permissions that are defined by the Google Android platform.

The BBC uses cookies and similar technologies to understand how audiences interact with our services, content (such as podcasts and radio) and marketing messages. The categories of personal data processed by our data processors include the following:
• IP address to determine which UK city/region you are in, or which country/continent you are in if outside of the UK
• Activity data, such as time when you first used this app and programmes you listened to and interacted with
• Your device information, such as device type and OS version

For Android devices, the following personal data is also processed:
• Which sites referred you to download and use this app
• Personal data such as unique identifier, BBC Account data, type of campaign seen, social media channel used will be collected. We will aggregate it for reporting purposes

You can “opt out” from our data processor’s tracking by filling the “Forget My Device” form in this link https://www.appsflyer.com/optout

For more information about how and why we use information about you, please visit the BBC Sounds App Privacy Notice. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/help/questions/about-bbc-sounds-and-our-policies/sounds-app-privacy-notice

To read the BBC’s Privacy Policy go to http://www.bbc.co.uk/privacy/

If you install this app you accept the BBC Terms of Use at http://www.bbc.co.uk/terms/

The app is published by BBC Media AT (BBC Media Applications Technologies Limited) which is a wholly owned subsidiary of the BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation).

Full details of BBC Media AT are available on the Companies House website at: http://data.companieshouse.gov.uk/doc/company/07100235

BBC © 2021
The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites. Read about our approach to external linking: http://www.bbc.co.uk/help/web/links/

Novedades

BBC Sounds has a fresh new look! A new icon and a few tweaks throughout the app. You can now also explore Back to Back Sounds in the Music tab.

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4 comentarios en "BBC Sounds: Radio & Podcasts MODDED 2022"

  1. C L dice:

    Extremely poorly designed. Constant lag regardless of connection speed, uses an absurd amount of system memory, and far inferior product compared to many other radio and podcast apps. It’s a shame BBC forces users to utilize this when they don’t invest in improving their product, rather than letting listeners follow their radio or podcast app of choice.

  2. Neil Abrahams dice:

    Does everything I could want it to and intuitively and it integrates well into the operating system. There’s a great choice of programming, including music, drama, comedy, news, and other genres. And there’s very little commercial advertising, and no fun drives, thanks to the wisdom of the British government in creating a publicly financed national and later international radio network.

  3. Jon Larsen dice:

    App is alright, but to get more out of it, they should add some items to consider it a serious app to replace a podcatcher. Suggested additions: Automatically Delete Episode Download when finished listening. Automatic Download when new episode is available. (this takes more of my time getting ready for the day, why?) Change speed of playback (0.50/0.75/1.25/1.5/2 x) Add option for streaming over wifi only (especially for episodes that cannot be downloaded due to rights issues). Not every user has unlimited data, and saving money each month means being on a cellular data diet. Workaround is to restrict cellular data for the app, which is less useful of a user experience.

  4. Samantha Lamb dice:

    Awful. I loved the old version. This one is difficult to use when trying to select a different station. It doesn’t play the next programme automatically for In our Time. There are no settings either. Plus why the questions of where I live and what my interests are: I want to broaden my horizons, not be limited by some algorithm choosing for me. Love the BBC:dislike this app. Stuck on an endless loop after the opening screen. Doesn’t open. Please fix

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