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Published on April 26th, 2018 | by Brad Gibson


9 Apple TV apps at special, limited time prices

Much like the short-term discounts developers and Apple offer on iOS apps, Apple TV also has similar special offers. Beginning today and periodically on, we will be highlighting some of those discounts.

This week we feature apps like a fun and simple educational game for kids, five classic TV and movie channels in one app, and a public domain library of 60-plus classic movies for just $1.99.

Each app listed below has a link to their associated page through the web browser-based App Store Preview engine.

The Genius of Charlie Chaplin
Regularly $4.99 – Now $0.99
Read about the rags to riches life of Charlie Chaplin and watch four of his classic films. 

Regularly $12.99 – Now $5.99
Five classic TV and movie channels all in one…the Charlie Chaplin Channel, a History Channel, a Movie Channel, Horror Channel, and also a Classic TV Channel, with more soon to follow.

Classic Thrillers
Regularly $4.99 – Now $1.99
10 classic thriller movies including The Man in the Eiffel Tower starring Rocky star Burgess Meredith and Charles Laughton.

Tokyo SlowMo
Regularly $3.99 – Now $0.99
Walk through Tokyo from the comfort of your own home with these background videos.

Movie Database
Regularly $8.99 – Now $1.99
Over 100 hours of 60 classic films ranging from sci-fi to Westerns and cartoons.

Classic Beverly Hillbillies 1962-63
Regularly $4.99 – Now $0.99
A limited number of old Beverly Hillbillies episodes from 1962.

Tokyo Foodies + SlowMo
Regularly $7.99 – Now $1.99
Get a taste the food of Tokyo on your Apple TV with a selection of the style of foods available in what, for many, is the food capital of the world.

TV3M + Movie Trailers
Regularly $24.99 – Now $12.99
The TV3M channels mentioned above together with popular movie trailers.

Quiz of Animals
Regularly $1.99 – Now $0.99
A fun and simple educational game for kids 6 years and older combining farm, forest or safari.

Keep in mind that there’s no way of knowing how long these apps will be discounted. They are available by launching the App Store app on Apple TV and using the Search tool to find them for download. 

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Brad is co-founder and editor-in-chief of He has been a technology reporter since the late 1980s having previously worked for MacUser, MacFormat, and iCreate magazines, as well as,,,, and He hosted and produced the MacFormat This Week podcast for three years. He was also a reporter, editor, and producer for the AOL, the BBC, Associated Press, and United Press International.

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