It is D-Day when Lok Sabha election results will be announced and the world would come to know who will be India’s next Prime Minister. All exit polls point at BJP making a clean sweep and its Prime Ministerial candidate, Narendra Modi, leading the country. Considering the counting is happening on a Friday and you are most likely to be holed up in your office while the Lok Sabha election results are being announced, here are some nifty apps that would keep you in the loop.
nexGTv HD: This is a mobile TV app that streams most Indian news channels. While it has a weekly subscription of Rs 25 to access channels, some news channels like IBN7, Times Now, Headlines Today, ET Now, NDTV Profit and DD News among others can be streamed for free. This is a good app if you want to get your Lok Sabha elections result fix from multiple news sources. You can download the Android version from here, Windows Phone from here and the iOS version from here.
India Elections 2014: Developed by Microsoft for IBN Live, this app brings in official data from the Election Commission and enables users to search for candidates, constituencies and much more. If you are into graphs, charts and love trends, check out this app. It is available for Android, Windows Phone and iOS.
Times Now: The channel that calls itself “India’s Election HQ” is also available in its own standalone app. You can watch Times Now channel’s Lok Sabha election results coverage live on your phone. It is available on Android, Windows Phone and iOS.
Airtel Pocket TV: Airtel has announced a special offer for its Pocket TV app that will allow you to watch all English, Hindi and Regional news channels for free. The offer is only valid only for Lok Sabha election results day and to use it you will need to activate the service by sending a SMS (ADD TV) to 54325. You can download the Pocket TV app on iOS and Android.
Google: This is probably the most comprehensible way to track Lok Sabha Election results. Google has created its Elections Portal and here you can catch the counting results live according to constituencies. Apart from that, YouTube has also have live streams from most news channels. You can check more about it here.