Published on January 24th, 2019 | by Kirk Hiner0
What’s new for Apple TV, January 24th, 2019
Want to be a billionaire*? Hear some Dragon Ball theories? Listen to Phish? Play one of the world’s oldest games? You can do all this and more with this week’s new and updated Apple TV apps?
* You will not really become a billionaire.
Prices provided below are accurate at press time. Free downloads are for the app only and may require a subscription or in-app purchases for full functionality.
New Apple TV Apps:
- Call Me Arj (free) – Your Apple TV-exclusive Dragon Ball Super analyst and theorist. Ranked matches, cutscenes, guides, discussions, mangas, and more.
- GraviT ($0.99) – A new kind of puzzle game from the creator of Boxed In. 50 unique puzzles that require you to rotate objects left or right until each colored block comes to rest in a corresponding outline color.
- Fantastical Gamer (free) – A gaming channel creating by gamers for gamers. Watch gaming compilations, rankings, memes, short films, interviews, and other original content. I wonder if there’s a show dedicated to the Apple TV…?
- Portrait of a Genius ($1.99) – The life and contributions of Albert Einstein.
- Who Wants to Be a Billionaire? ($3.99) – You’ll have to find another way to become one, as there’s no money to be won with this app. But it does a pretty good job of recreating the trivia fun of the similarly titled TV show it’s bogarting.
- Maze Radio (free) – Listen to indie artists from around the world.
Updated Apple TV Apps:
- Rheo – Watch Trending Videos (free) – Curated and personalized short videos from around the web, organized your mood: Laugh, Learn, Chill, Taste, Move, Inform, Spark, etc. The update fixes a skipping problem.
- LivePhish (free) – Because who wants to wait more than minutes to hear a multitrack mix of a Phish concert once it’s over?
- fuboTV: Watch Live Sports & TV (free) – The “best live sports experience” can now be set to automatically download.
- Awari: The African Stone Game ($0.99) – One of the oldest game (evidence suggests it was invented over 4,000 years ago) can be played on your Apple TV against a human or AI opponent. The update provides support for later version of tvOS.