Download the ABC7 app for Election Day results, live coverage

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Here's a look at the new and improved ABC7 app.

Download the ABC7 news app for results and live coverage of the 2018 midterm elections as voters head to the polls to elect candidates for governor, U.S. Senate and the House of Representatives.

You will find information on all the races in the app, live streams of the candidates' speeches and expert analysis. Make sure to turn on push notifications to get alerts on the news that you want in real-time. Click on My News from the bottom menu, then star the topics you'd like to follow and tap Done. You now have your own personalized news feed!

You can also easily share articles on Twitter and Facebook, or email them to your friends and family.

Click here to download for for iOS devices | Click here to download for Android devices

More information about the app:

Top News
Want to get the most important stories of the day? Our top news section keep you in-the-know with a curated section of content. When you're ready to read something, the new "card-style" interface is hard to beat. Top News is a curated news feed that allows you to read deeper into any story to get more information or just skim the headlines to stay on top of what's going on. For up-to-the-minute breaking news, this is where you get information valuable to you.

My News

Control what you want to see by personalizing your sections. Choose topics and locations you care about, and get a curated news feed showing you what you want to know. From Life, Food and Travel to all the Weather news you need, our app provides you the best experience. To personalize your news, select "My News" from the menu bar at the bottom, and then click follow topics. Or you can hit the settings button on the bottom right, and then click "Manage My News."
Explore
Browse through all the day's stories on a wide range of topics and locations. Choose from categories such as weather, entertainment and politics. Do you want traffic updates? Simply click on the traffic category. You can star topics and locations in the upper right-hand corner of each explore card. This opts you into notifications so you'll never be left craving an interesting article to read. To look through the Explore section, scroll left-right to move between articles on a topic, or up to find new topics. Did a story spark your interest? Click on the headline for a full-screen view.

Notifications

Based on topics and locations you choose, our alerts keep you on top of what's going on. That means push notifications will surface the stories most relevant to your interests and locations, delivered as fast as possible. To control notifications, select Settings. Next, tap Manage Notifications. From here, you can choose what kinds of stories will generate an alert.
Weather
Weather can change in an instant, so it's handy to be alerted when something severe is headed your way. Get hourly conditions and 7-day forecasts for your locations of interest. Users can swipe left to right to view Accuweather forecasts. For more details, just swipe up to get real-time animated radar images on an interactive map along with detailed weather information. The app also includes alerts for incoming severe weather events such as snow, thunderstorms, high winds or tornadoes. Need to add another location? Choose as many cities as you want in the Manage Locations link at the bottom.

Live Video

Find exclusive video clips and live video streams at the top of the app, watching while you browse. From newscasts and breaking news to press conferences and protests, you can watch news happen before your eyes, wherever you are. These live streams appear at the top of the home screen when they're available. When there's more than one, they stack in a row. Tap to play any of them, and you can switch between them - almost like changing a channel. While it's playing, you can watch new updates appear underneath it or scroll down for more news.

Don't have our news app? Go to abc7.com/apps for a link to download!
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