Published on March 22nd, 2018 | by Kirk Hiner0
What’s new for Apple TV, March 22nd, 2018
Sometimes you want your news to come without opinion, your football without tuck rules or Joe Buck, your cartoons without preachy messages of teamwork, and your video players without format restrictions. If any of this is true, read on for this week’s new and updated Apple TV apps.
New Apple TV Apps:
- VEUER News – Catch up on the day’s news—from politics to entertainment to any combination thereof. VEUER News claims to provide just the facts without opinion or rhetoric. Novel concept, eh?
- Godon – A somewhat relaxing puzzle game that has you making large squares out of miscellaneous shapes. An Apple TV exclusive.
Updated Apple TV Apps:
- Watch AFL – It’s not just a method, it’s a great suggestion. The Australian Football League is highly entertaining, wedging itself comfortably between soccer and American football with the right amount of rugby. Watch AFL provides live and on-demand matches and all the dedicated AFL TV Shows from Fox Footy.
- Infuse Pro 5 – A better way to watch almost any video format on your Apple TV. Supports over a dozen file formats, streams from other devices, and supports AirPlay.
- Boomerang Best Cartoons – Looney Tunes, Scooby-Doo, Tom & Jerry, Courage the Cowardly Dog. Plenty of classic cartoons to be watched for only $39.99/year. The update fixes an autoplaying bug and packages some Easter-themed movies and episodes.
- Rayman Adventures – Introducing the evil genius Dr. Farayday and the undeniably cute and not-so-scary Frankies family.
- Just Dance Now – News songs have been added to the catalog, along with new ways to earn coins. Sadly, it doesn’t list the new songs. Can someone tell me if one of them is Shiny Shiny?
- Redbox – Browse available movies, watch trailers, and make your reservation to pick up at the local box. The update provides bug fixes and enhancements.
- Boiler Room – No, it’s not where Freddy Kreuger became Freddy Kreuger, it’s your access to the world’s underground music scenes. Live broadcasts, classic music documentaries and original Boiler Room content.
- Digital Concert Hall – If you prefer your music to be more above ground, then why not invite the Berliner Philharmoniker into your home, live or on-demand from the archive. More than 40 live HD broadcasts every season.