Everyone will be watching the presidential election results tonight, November 8. Will Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump win? Here’s a list of all of the different ways you can watch the presidential election results come in live online.

How to watch the presidential election results on your iPhone, iPad & Apple TV

The best way to watch the Tuesday night’s presidential election results is through one of the broadcast TV network news apps, especially since it doesn’t involve needing a TV cable subscription. You can easily open any of the news apps below and start streaming the presidential election.

ABC News - By downloading the ABC News app for iOS, you’ll have instant access to the presidential election results on your iPhone, iPad or Apple TV.

CBS News -  By downloading the CBS News app for iOS, you’ll have instant access to the presidential election results on your iPhone, iPad or Apple TV.

CNN - You can watch the presidential election results for free on CNN.com, and its iOS and Android apps. CNN will also host Facebook Live broadcasts on CNN and CNN politics. Coverage starts from 4 a.m. and goes until 4 a.m. ET.

NBC News -  By downloading the NBC News app for iOS, you’ll have instant access without a subscription on the iPhone, iPad or Apple TV.

Other news apps like Bloomberg and the Washington Post may have the election results in, which you can download the apps on the App Store.

How to watch the presidential election results on your Mac

By watching the presidential election results on your Mac you’ll have instant access to some of the top news sites. Simply visit the following sites to keep up to date on the presidential election.

ABC News

CBS News

NBC News

Reuters TV - Reuters TV will offer live election coverage starting at 2 p.m. ET. The stream will also be available on Reuters’ apps for Roku and Apple TV, as well as its mobile apps for iOS and Android.

YouTube - YouTube also announced that six different news channels will be offering free streaming coverage on election night starting at 7 p.m. You can check out NBC News, PBS, MTV, Bloomberg, Telemundo and The Young Turks.

Twitter Election Results Live Stream

Twitter is partnering with BuzzFeed to livestream the election results at election.twitter.com. The livestream starts at 6 p.m. ET. You can watch the stream, along with checking out comments using the hashtag #ElectionNight.