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How to Watch 2016 Presidential Debate Live on iOS, Android, Mac, Windows, Apple TV, Web

Uzair Ghani
Posted Sep 26, 2016
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Here’s how you can watch 2016 Presidential Debate between Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump live on iPhone, iPad, Android, Mac, Windows, Apple TV or the Web.

Don’t Miss The 2016 Presidential Debate – Catch it Live on iOS, Mac, Apple TV and the Web

All set to become the most-watched Presidential Debate ever, these are all the ways you can stream it live tonight whether you have iOS, Android device, Mac, Apple TV or access to the Web.

iPhone & iPad

Apple is highlighting all the key apps on the App Store already to watch the debate live. Here’s the complete list of them which you can download right away for free.

  1. Twitter
  2. Facebook
  3. CBS News
  4. ABC News
  5. The Washington Post
  6. Reuters TV
  7. NBC News
  8. CNN
  9. Fox News
  10. YouTube
  11. Univision NOW
  12. MSNBC

Apple TV

Apple TV users will be pleased to learn that they can stream the debate as well and that too for free. Simply install the following apps on your 4th-gen Apple TV from the App Store:

  • ABC News
  • CBS News
  • NBC News

Android, Mac, Windows & Web

If you do not wish to watch the Presidential Debate on your iOS device, then you can do so on the Web with ease. Several news outlets will be putting up live streams for the event, and we are embedding them all below. And yes, these live streams can be watched on any platform if you so wish since they’re hosted on YouTube, including Android, Mac and Windows.

The 2016 Presidential Debate is all set to be the most watched debate in history. To put things into perspective, the first ever debate was held in 1960 which was seen by 66 million viewers out of a total population of 179 million. Although the debate saw a fall of viewers over the years, but given where we stand in the technology space right now, pundits believe the original set record is set to be broken tonight.

Wrap Up

The debate is set to go live in about 11 hours from now, at the time of writing. We suggest watching the event live on YouTube rather than anywhere else since it’s the safest and easiest route one can take. There’s also a high chance the live steams might prove to be shoddy during the entire session, so make sure you have several tabs open in your browser in case one stream bites the dust.

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