How to Watch Tour de France Live

Watch the Tour de France live on your iPhone, iPad or Android for as little as $15. Watch every stage of the Tour de France live and see highlights and replays for what you miss. The Tour de France Live app also delivers real-time tracking, rider profiles and much more.

The Tour De France is already into stage 3, which means there is plenty of catching up to do for fans that didn’t watch from the start, but it is early enough to justify paying for the Tour de France Live 2014 app.

Unlike most live sports, you don’t need a cable or satellite subscription to use this app and to watch the 2014 Tour de France live. All you need to do is pay a one time fee of $14.99 and you can start enjoying the app.

If you buy the Tour de France live app for iPhone or iPad you can use it on each device with one purchase. The same goes for Android tablets and Android phones. There is no subscription that will help if you own and iPad and a Galaxy S5 though.

Watch the Tour de France live using these apps for iPhone, iPad, Android or your computer.

Watch the Tour de France live using these apps for iPhone, iPad, Android or your computer. Radu Razvan / Shutterstock.com

Here’s what you need to watch the Tour de France live and the gotchas that could increase the cost or limit what you can watch.

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Tour de France Live Apps

NBC Sports is the official provider of Tour de France live apps for iPhone, iPad and Android. They also offer a web service to watch on your computer if you need to watch at work while you look productive.

The Tour de France runs from July 5th through July 7th spanning 3,664 kilometers, and mobile users can pay once for full access, while web users can pay for a single stage or for the entire Tour de France.

The Tour de France Live iPad app is $14.99 for the entire Tour de France.

The Tour de France Live iPad app is $14.99 for the entire Tour de France.

To get started download the right Tour de France live app.

Once you download the app you can get started watching your favorite rider progress through the Tour de France. You need a WiFi, 4G LTE, 4G or 3G connection to stream the Tour de France live. If you watch on your mobile network you may need to check your data plan and make sure that it is upgraded if you watch the entire Tour de France live on your 3G, 4G or 4G LTE network. This subscription and these apps only work in the United States and in select territories, so make sure you can watch before buying.

There are no limitations to cable subscriptions satellite companies or even cell phone carriers. if you own an iPhone, iPad, Android or computer you can watch the Tour de France live.

With the Tour de France live apps you get access to the following information, videos and photos.

  • Live Video Coverage from Every Stage
  • Full Stage Replays
  • Real-Time Tracking Map and Profile
  • Short-Form Video on Demand Clips
  • Stage Results
  • Overall Standings
  • Rider Profiles by Country and Team
  • Stage Maps, Elevation Profiles and Stage Descriptions
  • Top Stories and Interviews
  • Official Tour de France Photos
  • TDF Twitter Stream

If you want to watch the 2014 Tour de France live, these apps offer a good value that users shouldn’t overlook, but there is another option for Tour de France live updates and it even includes Streetview of the upcoming stages and as non spoiler mode to follow along.

Watch the Tour de France live on iPhone and Android.

Watch the Tour de France live on iPhone and Android.

Steephill.tv is one of the best Tour de France sites to follow for up to date news and information. In addition to offering stage by stage breakdowns, the site offers start times and approximate end times for each stage and lets you know when the earliest Tour de France live video will start. Check out this Tour de France stage 4 preview to see what you can expect from Steephill.

  

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