The Eurovision song contest is taking place in Tel Aviv, Israel, on Saturday. The annual competition features a variety of musical entries from across Europe and…err…Australia. Obviously. The official Eurovision app has a variety of features, including a shop to buy the music, a live stream of the contest, and profiles of the contestants. Most importantly, viewers can use the app to cast their vote for the winner, which is decided by a combination of professional judges and public vote. Remember though, you can’t vote for your own country’s entry! The app is free and available on iOS from the App Store.
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