The Eurovision 2014 final will feature a live stream from inside BBC’s iPlayer, so this is one way those of you in the UK can gain access to video coverage of this years event. We have been informed that a number of apps for other European countries will also feature live video streaming, but we are unaware of their names, so feel free to mention any on Android, iOS, or iPad within the comments.
You can download the free iPlayer app and be able to watch the 2014 Eurovision final live via this iTunes page. If you are planning to watch this years contest on a television set, then we highly recommend using the Official Eurovision Song Contest app that will give you detailed background information about each artist and the ability to vote within the app itself.
If you don’t own an iOS device, then you might want to try the iPlayer app via Google play for Android phone and tablet owners. Again, this will give Android users access to a live video stream of the Eurovision final today that starts in 20 minutes time (at the time of writing).
How will you follow the 2014 Eurovision contest live in 2014? Will you use an app, or do you find it better to use normal TV services and apps for voting? We’d also love to know what you think about the songs and lineup this year, which you can see below, so share a comment with your thoughts about the contest this year and of course the results as they come in.
You can also access the Eurovision 2014 live stream online thanks to BBC right here. If you don’t reside in the UK, then you should visit this page on eurovision.tv for the 2014 Grand Final, which should allow you to watch the Eurovision Song Contest no matter what country.