Well, perhaps it might be safer to wait. I have the Amazon BT Sport app which, of course, is useless for accessing ESPN or the actual BT Sport broadcasts. Despite a message on "My Vision" dated 15th June saying all I needed to do on 1st August was re-tune, they now accept that the older viewing cards are useless and I'm awaiting a current one. Also of course the error code 6030 appears when my PC attempts through Microsoft Silverlight to get the programmes. I'm only thankful that I'm getting Sky installed next Sunday providing, of course that I've cut down enough trees for a line of sight. I just hope that I get my sport back before my rapidly approaching 78th birthday!
We have removed the download link for this download, due to Kindle devices not currently being supported.
We are actively exploring options to make it available on a wider range of devices, including the Kindle Fire. We will make an announcement on BT.com and through social media as soon as we are in a position to roll the app out on another platform.
Just a quick update- I have now updated the Kindle to the latest app version, having first scanned the app file with McAfee and Microsoft Security Essentials( No problems Detected). The app runs well, despite not being supported. Time to upload it to Amazon?
netflix have just started to use html5 this proves an alternative is out there for copyrighted content. Whether or not BT try html5 as well no idea, but silverlight is dead technology, microsoft have all but abandoned it and BT do need to look for something better.
i maybe a bit slow but i cannot find that app, can you tell me which site it is on please
Are you looking for the Netflix apk or the btsport apk?