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In April 2014, BBC i Player was once again relaunched with a new look and a different user interface.
From October 2014, the BBC extended the programme availability for programmes on i Player from 7 days to 30 days.
To provide access without cookies would require the site to create a new session for every page you visit, which slows the system down to an unacceptable level.
The BBC had been criticised for saying that the i Player would 'launch' on 27 July 2007, when what was on offer was simply an extension of the beta to an open beta, admitting more users in a controlled manner.
This was done reportedly to allow British ISPs and the BBC to gauge the effect of the i Player traffic on the Internet within the UK.
Before the i Player had even launched, it was announced that the BBC, alongside ITV and Channel 4, were intending to launch a new video on demand platform, provisionally named Kangaroo.
It was intended that Kangaroo would complement the video on demand services that these channels were already offering, including the i Player, by making programmes available once their "catch up" period expires.
When users click on a programme by another broadcaster, they are redirected to the relevant broadcaster's catch up service (either the ITV Hub, All 4 or My5).Viewing live television broadcasts from any UK broadcaster, or BBC TV catch-up programmes, in the UK without a TV licence is a criminal offence.The site tagline was "Catch up on the last 7 days of BBC TV & Radio", reflecting that programmes were unavailable on i Player after this time (with some exceptions).Specific applications for mobile platforms were launched in February 2011.
These were initially for i OS and Android devices, where the launch would have the biggest impact.For example, the site cannot determine your email name unless you choose to type it.