Published on July 5th, 2018 | by Kirk Hiner2
What’s new for Apple TV, July 5th, 2018
We’re now over halfway through 2018. Have you selected your favorite Apple TV app of the year yet? If not, here are some more to consider.
This week’s new Apple TV apps feature wrestling and better living, while the updated apps cover everything from clocks to cars, and from weather to world dominance.
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:
- DigitalCloud for Dropbox, OneDrive or Google Drive (free) – If you’ve got content stored on Dropbox, you can use DigitalCloud to browse, view, and play it on Apple TV.
- MyZen TV – Live Better (free) – Tutorials, exercises, and practical lifestyle tips to help you live better. Possibly. I mean, it’s not like they (or we) know you’re currently living.
- World Wrestling Network (WWN) (free) – A subscription-based network dedicated to WWN family brands and regional wrestling from around the world, including Dragon Gate USA, SHINE, and ACW.
- Clock Style ($4.99) – Over 50 clock themes. If that sounds like overkill you should see my wife’s collection of Apple Watch bands.
Updated Apple TV Apps:
- King of Thieves (free) – The popular PvP arcade game gets a new event, a new world, and bug fixes. Meet the living totem!
- OLED Clock (free) – Becuase not all of us need our choice of 50 clock themes but would still like over 100 fonts available.
- NextWeather (free) – Detailed weather forecasts and conditions with plenty of cool display and functionality options.
- Real Racing 3 (free) – If you’ve felt that Mercedes cars from the ’90s have been underrepresented in racing games for the Apple TV, here’s your update.
- Boomerang – Cartoons and Movies (free) – Huge Looney Tunes update, bringing shows like Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries, Baby Looney Tunes, and The Looney Tunes Show to the Boomerang app…the latter of which is easily one of my favorite cartoons of the decade.
- Risk: TV Edition ($5.99) – My brother’s abnormal aptitude for strategy forever ruined this game for me as a child. I’ll play it again now that I’ve grown up, I just won’t play him (even though online multiplayer is available).