Baha’i Blog TV (BBTV) App Now Available on Android!

A few weeks ago, the Baha’i Blog team was super excited to introduce everyone to Baha’i Blog TV, or BBTV as we like to call it! Initially, the app was only available for iPhone and iPad, and now we’re really happy to announce that it’s now available on Android as well!

Baha’i Blog TV is Baha’i Blog’s new app that allows you to access and watch hundreds of Baha’i-inspired videos on your Android (if you’re an iPhone or iPad user, here’s the article with all the details you’ll need). So whether you’re looking for inspiring Baha’i talks, beautiful Baha’i music, or other Baha’i films to share with your friends, we’ve got it covered! Head on over to the Google Play Store and download Baha’i Blog TV now for free! (Hey that rhymes!)

How to Get Baha’i Blog TV (BBTV) on your Android

On your Android, go to the Google Play store and search for “Baha’i Blog TV”, then click on the “Install” button and you’re good to go!

Please also note that you’ll need to be connected to the internet in order to browse and watch videos on Baha’i Blog TV (BBTV).

There’s Tons of Great Content!

On BBTV you can browse the best collection of Baha’i-inspired videos, handpicked by the Baha’i Blog team!

New videos are added every week, and you’ll receive one weekly notification of new videos added to the app (you can always turn these notifications off if you’d prefer).

We’ve carefully curated content from across the internet (always taking copyright seriously of course), so as well as Baha’i Blog content, you’ll also find awesome content from a wide variety of sources, including videos from the Baha’i World Centre, BahaiTeachings.org, and many others!

Featured content can be seen along the top of the screen, and then beneath these, you’ll find a whole variety of categories to choose from, such as Music, Talks, News & Documentaries, Podcasts, Short Films and Baha’i Holy Places, just to name a few.

Why Did We Create Baha’i Blog TV (BBTV)?


As many of you already know, Baha’i Blog is passionate about Baha’i-inspired media content. One of the things we’ve been doing since Baha’i Blog first started nine years ago, is to both create original Baha’i-inspired content, and to also help share and promote content created by others, all, therefore, contributing to the growing ecosystem of Baha’i-inspired content online.

The Baha’i Blog website already has a video section, and several years ago we launched Baha’i Blog’s YouTube channel, and over the years Baha’i-inspired video content has been slowly, but surely growing, and we wanted a place where we could really showcase that, and make it easily accessible. Since over 50% of people online use hand-held devices to access their content worldwide (and this number continues to grow), we thought it was time for Baha’i Blog (BBTV)!

BBTV continues to be a work-in-progress, and we hope to be able to continue to contribute to the diversity of Baha’i-inspired media and content out there, so we really appreciate your support!

Please download the app, and when you do, it would be helpful if you could rate the app on Google Play as well, as this really helps with exposure.

A big thank you to everyone for your support and we hope you find Baha’i Blog TV (BBTV) useful!

About the Author

Naysan is the editor of Baha'i Blog and he has worked in various avenues of media for two decades. He’s passionate about using the arts and media to support and explore the teachings of the Baha’i Faith and he has produced and collaborated on popular music projects like the "DawnBreaker Collective" and the successful Ruhi-inspired sequence of "MANA" albums. His experience as a producer for CNN was invaluable while working on a number of special projects for the Baha’i World Centre, including the "Building Momentum" and "Pilgrimage: A Sacred Experience" videos. If there’s a media-related Baha’i project out there, chances are that Naysan was involved with it somehow!

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Discussion 4 Comments

  1. What an awesome idea. I was starting to become overwhelmed with the amount of emails about all the new content. I hate to use the analogy but it was like trying to drink from a fire hose. The content is amazing however I just couldn’t keep up. This app totally answers that issue! Finally everything is in one spot I can make sense out of it. What an amazing resource! Thanks for all of your work.

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