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  1. Acting Engineering Manager, Knowledge & Learning

    Einstein & Newton: The brains behind the future of BBC Bitesize

    In the past Bitesize has offered a one size fits all approach to accessing that content via its website, but in the App we sought to make it easier for students to find what they need by only showing the content that is relevant to their studies.

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  2. Senior Product Manager

    BBC+ & the Mobile Application Framework

    Our team of editorial staff working on the Homepage were already identifying a broad range of diverse content across the BBC, and with the recent and on-going work around personalising the Homepage using myBBC services, creating the BBC+ app fitted naturally into this existing workflow.

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  3. Senior Product Manager

    CBeebies Apps team launches public beta group for Android users

    Later this year, we will be launching a new app, CBeebies Playtime Island. The availability of beta platforms, now means we can learn about our audience’s expectations at scale, building on our relationship with parents and children, to help us make better products for all.

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  4. Executive Product Manager

    BBC Music just got personal with new app launch

    The first version of a BBC Music application has been released, creating a single port of call for all content under the BBC Music brand. This blog explains how the application, available on both iOS and Android, provides a personalised experience based on the user's music taste.

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  5. Senior Test Engineer

    Maintaining Mobile: Update on Mobile Compatibility Programme

    The Mobile Compatibility Programme (MCP) has been running for the past couple of years and was originally formed to serve as an early warning system for software development teams to give them a heads up when a particular issue affecting one of our native mobile applications had been identified.

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  6. Software Engineer

    Making a Standard Media Player for Android

    Users of the BBC’s Android mobile applications are familiar with the need to install the separate BBC Media Player application to access multimedia content. This application is a solution for playing video using the proprietary Adobe Air media format.

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  7. Executive Product Manager

    BBC Weather Watchers: Creating the new crowdsourced weather experience

    Every day we receive bundles of emails, messages and photos about the weather. We try our best to show off users’ photos on the regular website and TV and radio broadcasts, but it’s been great to create a space to make the most of all our users’ content and contributions.

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  8. Executive Product Manager

    A new BBC Sport App tailored for you

    We believe personalisation will help our sports fans to easily discover content on the teams and sports they love whenever they want, wherever they are. With this in mind, we are rolling out a new My Sport section in our BBC Sport App.

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  9. Executive Product Manager

    Download full radio programmes to listen offline with the BBC iPlayer Radio app

    Today, we launched a major new version of the BBC iPlayer Radio app. This means for the first time, you will be able to download BBC radio programmes in full to your smartphone or tablet, listen to them offline without the need for an internet connection and keep them to enjoy for up to 30 days.

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  10. Senior UX Designer, BBC iPlayer

    BBC iPlayer Mobile Apps:  New navigation released

    We felt strongly that creating a consistent iPlayer navigation pattern across Android and iOS is the right approach, as we know more and more households have both mobile platforms accessing iPlayer; for example many use smart phones along with shared family tablets.

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