Blog Post

Music app

Mar 22, 2016 07:31 by Tanya Gold

The brand new BBC Music app is now available to download for your mobile or tablet (iOS and Android) for free. Bringing you the finest music moments from across BBC TV, Radio and Online, the app gives you access to exclusive live performances, interviews, playlists and much more.

Download the app now to start discovering more of the BBC Music you love.

Make It Personal

When you first download the app you'll be able to tell it what kind of music and radio you listen to. It then works some magic to serve up a very personalised selection of amazing music content from around the BBC. So whether you're a fan of Miles Davis, Underworld, Brahms or The 1975, the app will learn what you like and find the best clips for you. Your specially created selection will include festival moments, intimate sessions and interviews, all tailored to your taste and saving you the hassle of searching for the clips you want.

Get Discovering

So on top of enjoying the music you love the BBC Music app is also a gateway to unearthing fresh discoveries. Use the app to hear artists for the first time via specially selected playlists from your favourite shows, presenters and events. If you're always keeping an ear out for something new, the app will do the work to showcase exciting moments from artists you've yet to discover.

What's That Song?

Simple but effective. Heard a song you love on BBC Radio but don't know the artist or title? Quickly find the track by telling the BBC Music app when you were listening. You'll also be able to use My Tracks to store all your favourites.

Export and Listen

Use My Tracks to store all your favouite songs and export the list to one of our partners Spotify and Deezer to listen to them in full. Simply add a song to ‘My Tracks’, select a streaming partner by tapping their logo and start listening.
How's It For You?

This is just the first version of the BBC Music app and we’ll be looking for ways to make it better. So if you think of something, let us know. You can get in touch via the Feedback section in the app, on Twitter or our Facebook page. We’d love to hear what you think.