Radioplayer

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Radioplayer is the official online player for UK radio, backed by the BBC and the rest of the industry. From a tiny button at the top of your Chrome browser, you can listen to around 500 live UK stations, and tens of thousands of podcasts and catch-up programmes - including many from BBC iPlayer Radio. Search for stations, subjects, people, programmes and even postcodes within Radioplayer. Set presets, so you can tune in to your favourite stations easily. You can also see recommended listening based on where you are, and what's tr...

Radioplayer Review

Radioplayer is the official online player for UK radio, backed by the BBC and the rest of the industry.

From a tiny button at the top of your Chrome browser, you can listen to around 500 live UK stations, and tens of thousands of podcasts and catch-up programmes - including many from BBC iPlayer Radio.

Search for stations, subjects, people, programmes and even postcodes within Radioplayer. Set presets, so you can tune in to your favourite stations easily. You can also see recommended listening based on where you are, and what's trending right now.

As well as this Chrome extension, Radioplayer is also available as an iOS app, an Android app, and an increasing number of smart devices including the Amazon Echo.
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Use of the Radioplayer is subject to our Privacy Policy, at http://www.radioplayer.co.uk/privacy/

New in v1.2.1
- Removal of omnibox keyword

New in v1.2
- Updated description
- New icon for high DPI screens

New in v1.01
- Removed 'tabs' permission
- Reduced memory requirement
- Clicking on browser button brings player to foreground if already playing

If you get the same first-time user message every time you open Radioplayer, or it forgets your presets, you may have blocked third-party cookies. You can allow our cookie by:
1. Click the Chrome menu on the browser toolbar, and choose "Settings"
2. Type "Privacy" into the search box, and click "Content Settings"
3. If "Block third party cookies" is set, click "Manage exceptions"
4. Add "*.radioplayer.co.uk" to the hostname, and set it to "allow".
This will then allow the Radioplayer to remember your last-tuned station, and your list of presets.
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