In January, it looked like the BBC’s online news app would be the future of news, but it’s now all but dead.
BBC iPlayer is the only TV app in the world that’s been shut down, and even its biggest rival Newsbeat has been forced to shut down in the US, too.
BBC Radio 5 live and Radio 4 have also all had their online TV app operations taken over by a new service, and the BBC News app has been shuttered too.
What’s happening to the BBC?
As it has been for many years, the BBC is a very expensive business, which means it has to pay for all the things it can’t make use of.
The BBC needs to keep the BBC as a public service, which it has managed to do in a fairly straightforward way.
It’s also been the most popular news and information source for many people, which is why many people think the BBC needs a big overhaul.
The new BBC News App is one of many apps which will need a shake-up to survive.
What are the BBC news apps?
There are a lot of different ways to consume the BBC, and while they all have a news section, they all differ in terms of how they’re presented and how much you can get out of them.
The BBC News apps are all very basic.
There’s no interactive storyboard to browse or explore, no video clips or podcasts.
You can watch all the news programmes in one app and the latest stories in the BBC i-pods, but they’re all presented in a sort of static grid.
You won’t be able to scroll through them, and if you click on a story, the article loads in one big scrollable window, with no way of re-scrolling it.
This is where you might find yourself.
There’s also no way to add links to your favourite news programmes, and you won’t see any kind of search bar or search results.
The best news apps will tell you what’s going on in the headlines, but you won´t be able actually find out what’s happening in the stories themselves.
You can’t browse BBC news websites without having a Newsreader subscription.
If you have a News Reader subscription, you can browse BBC content on a device of your choosing.
BBC iPlayer will be the most prominent of these apps, as it will have access to the entire BBC News website.
However, there’s no way for you to get a News app on a phone, and no way at all to browse BBC websites on a smartphone.
News apps for mobile have been around since 2009, but the BBC has been slowly losing subscribers for some time now, and Newsplay, which launched in January 2017, was designed to make it easier for users to access BBC content.
For most people, the most important thing about news is what it tells you, and that’s what Newsplay offers.
As a News reader, you’ll have a list of news stories to browse, and in order to do so, you have to be a News user, and will be able scroll through those stories in Newsplay.
Each news story you browse will be presented in the newsreader in a static grid, and each section of a news story is presented in that grid.
The sections of the story which you click can be accessed by selecting a specific link to a story.
A section of your favourite Newsreader story is also available for you, but that’s because you can’t click on it.
If you want to watch the full BBC News story, you must be a member of the BBC Sport+ membership, which costs £9.99 per month.
In other words, Newsplay is a little bit of a dead end.
To access the BBC websites, you will have to have a BBC iReader subscription.
You will also need a Newsreaders subscription.
There is no Newsreader or Newsreader Plus subscription option, so if you’re looking for a way to watch BBC News online, you’re out of luck.
Now, you may have heard that Newsreadters has been taken over.
Newsreadiers newsreader has been in use for a couple of years, and there have been some rumours that Newsreader Plus is also being closed down.
What’s the problem?
If Newsreadier was a competitor to the new Newsplay service, that would have been bad news for Newsreadiness, but Newsreadie’s CEO said in a press release that Newsreading is still an important part of the company.
“The newsreader is one important piece of our business.
It is our responsibility to ensure that it continues to be an essential tool for us in the digital age,” Newsreadiest CEO Michael Tove said.
But Newsreadies newsreader doesn’t have much to do with the BBC anymore. It