Published on June 14th, 2018 | by Kirk Hiner0
What’s new for Apple TV, June 14th, 2018
Everything is free in this week’s new and updated Apple TV app roundup…at least to get started. Whether you want to turn your office into a gym, your living room into a dance floor or your Siri Remote into a ship’s helm, the Apple TV is there to help.
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 Bronze Dropbox (free) – Browse, view, and play your files and content directly from Dropbox, GoogleDrive and OneDrive on your Apple TV.
- Stop Motion TV (free) – Check out the stop-motion animated movies people are creating with Stop Motion Studio.
- Seven Seas – Naval Chess (free) – Conquer the seas by reaching the boats of your opponents in this strategy game.
- DHF WorkFit (free) – Get up from your chair or desk and get moving. This exercise app is more about just getting you moving than it is about working up a sweat. You can even stay in your work clothes!
Updated Apple TV Apps:
- Asphalt 8: Airborne (free) – Summer is heating up the Asphalt with the new Asphalt Moments series, a celebration of Porsche’s 70th anniversary, hot cars and special events. Use it as an excuse to try out this excellent Apple TV racing sim.
- Twitchy – Watch Stream on TV (free) – Your Twitch.tv streams can now be viewed with HomePod and PogChamp AirPlay 2 support. Appropriate as we wind down E3 2018.
- Lua Bingo Online (free) – Bingo around the world. Play online against your Facebook friends.
- Fireplace Wallpaper (free) – From the moment humans “discovered” fire, they’ve wanted it on their TV. This wallpaper gives you fireplace, campfire, and “luxury fire” options.
- Daily Workouts Fitness Trainer (free) – Whether you want a quick targeted workout or longer full body workouts, this app turns your Apple TV into your own personal trainer.
- Just Dance Now (free) – “New ways to earn coins! New songs added to the catalog!” New ways to convince yourself music was so much better “back in the day!”