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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.

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.

At various times during its development, i Player was known as the Integrated Media Player (i MP), The i Player received the approval of the BBC Trust on 30 April 2007, and an open beta for Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 was launched at midnight on 27 July 2007, where it was announced that only a fixed number of people would be able to sign up for the service, with a controlled increase in users over the summer.In May 2010 the site was updated again, to include a recommendations feature and a "social makeover".In February 2011, the BBC i Player was once again modified to include links to programmes from other broadcasters, including ITV, ITV2, ITV3, ITV4, Channel 4, E4, More4, Film4, Channel 5, 5*, 5USA and S4C.The original i Player service was launched in October 2005, undergoing a five-month trial by five thousand broadband users until 28 February 2006.i Player was heavily criticised for delay in its launch, rebranding, and cost to BBC licence-fee payers, because no finished product had been released after four years of development.

At various times during its development, i Player was known as the Integrated Media Player (i MP), The i Player received the approval of the BBC Trust on 30 April 2007, and an open beta for Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 was launched at midnight on 27 July 2007, where it was announced that only a fixed number of people would be able to sign up for the service, with a controlled increase in users over the summer.In May 2010 the site was updated again, to include a recommendations feature and a "social makeover".In February 2011, the BBC i Player was once again modified to include links to programmes from other broadcasters, including ITV, ITV2, ITV3, ITV4, Channel 4, E4, More4, Film4, Channel 5, 5*, 5USA and S4C.The original i Player service was launched in October 2005, undergoing a five-month trial by five thousand broadband users until 28 February 2006.i Player was heavily criticised for delay in its launch, rebranding, and cost to BBC licence-fee payers, because no finished product had been released after four years of development.i Player services delivered to UK based viewers feature no commercial advertising; non-UK users receive adverts.