Apps scenic loops

Published on April 19th, 2018 | by Kirk Hiner


What’s new for Apple TV, April 19th, 2018

Our focus this week is on Apple TV apps that’ll help you relax, be it through scenic nature loops, aerial films or guided meditations. If that’s not your thing, you can also work on that beach body you’ve always wanted or become a shark and devour people with beach bodies. We like to make sure all angles are covered.

New Apple TV Apps:

  • Orbia – An easy game to control with your Siri Remote. Tap your way across hundreds of levels in different worlds, each with its own heroes to customize and obstacles to overcome.
  • Scenic Loops HD – Gorgeous nature video wallpapers for your Apple TV. Free with in-app purchases.
  • WVU TV – This app has an admittedly niche audience, but if you’re a fan of West Virginia University athletics it has everything you need (aside from live game broadcasts, that is).

Updated Apple TV Apps:

  • Minion Rush – The latest Minion Rush update adds new missions and collectibles in honor of Global Banana Day.
  • Sky Tripping: Relax to Stunning Aerial Films – A meditation app with a full suite of aerial videos to relax you. With this update, the mindfulness data will now sync to health kit once activated on your iOS device.
  • Beachbody on Demand – This app helps you achieve your own fitness goals. You simply can’t go up to other people and demand they have a beach body. It’s not polite.
  • Trivia Night – A Party TV Quiz – With your Apple TV as the hub, players join in on the trivia fun with their iOS device or computer and answer questions on Film & TV, Sports, Literature and General Knowledge.
  • Hungry Shark World – Celebrate the 8th anniversary of Hungry Shark with a new free pet, new live events, and a slimmer, trimmer app.
  • Calm – Apple’s 2017 “App of the Year” gets some performance improvements, making it easier than ever to bring more clarity, joy, and peace to your daily life.
  • Xtreme Slots – Scratch that gambling itch, even if “Practice or success at social casino gaming does not imply future success at ‘real money gambling.’ ” No real money to win, and no real money to lose, but this update does give you a new machine called Cimmerian Treasures.

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About the Author

has been writing for the Apple web since 1997, having served as editor of Applelinks and the Technology Tell Apple Channel. In addition to his work with BEST Apple TV, Kirk currently contributes to Mac Gamer HQ and Pure Nintendo. He lives with his wife and three children in small-town Ohio where the land is cheap and the air is (relatively) clean.

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