Download the Eurovision 2024 App for Voting on Apple and Android Devices

Published May 11, 2024

The Eurovision Song Contest 2024 is not just a significant event for the participants but also for the tens of millions of viewers who will watch the grand finale. Scheduled to be held in Malmo, Sweden, following the country's triumph in 2023, the contest promises an exciting array of performances. Loreen's win last year with her song 'Tattoo' gave her the noteworthy distinction of being a two-time titleholder.

The contest will feature 37 participating countries, with 25 acts performing in the climactic finale. The United Kingdom, along with Sweden, France, Germany, Italy, and Spain, enjoys the advantage of direct entry into the final round. Representing the UK is Olly Alexander, the actor and frontman of Years & Years, who will perform his song 'Dizzy'.

Getting Ready to Vote

To engage fully in this year's Eurovision experience and to cast your vote, it's recommended to download the official Eurovision app. The app is a hub for everything Eurovision, from learning about the artists and staying updated with the latest news to streaming the songs and watching event videos. Most importantly, it enables live voting during the contest. When the voting period opens, which will be just before the first song of the evening, fans can cast their vote until a few minutes after the last performance. The app also provides a personal touch - a thank you message from the artist you vote for.

The official Eurovision app is widely accessible and can be downloaded on both Android and Apple devices. It offers a seamless experience for users looking to support their favorite acts during the highly anticipated event.

How to Download the App

To ensure you're ready to participate, make sure to download the app on your device:

  • For Android users, search for the Eurovision 2024 app on the Google Play Store.
  • For iOS users, find the app in the Apple App Store.

Don't miss out on being a part of the Eurovision Song Contest 2024 final, which will be broadcast live on BBC One and Player at 8pm on Saturday, May 11.

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