The BBC has today confirmed – via Twitter – that it has released a new version of its iPlayer app for Android that enables streaming over 3G networks.
While 3G streaming was already a feature of the iOS version of the app, it wasn't possible on Android devices until now.
However, according to the BBC iPlayer help page 3G streaming is only possible on Android smartphones, not tablets.
"Android tablets will get 3G streaming later in the year. Until then, BBC iPlayer on Android 10in tablets will remain a wi-fi only service," says the Beeb.
At the same time, the Corporation has made further tweaks to the iPlayer Android app, with an updated version of Adobe Flash player for improved playback.
More after the break
Further details in David Madden's BBC blog.