New and noteworthy apps for the week

Macworld Australia Staff
15 January, 2016
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App Guide
Here are the new and noteworthy apps being featured on the App Store and Apple App Store this week.
APPLE TV STORE
7 Tennis by Seven Network Ltd
Sports - Free (Apple TV)
Description:  Watch all the action live from the Australian Open on the 7 Tennis app. Exclusive live simultaneous streaming of Seven’s live coverage, you won’t miss a minute of the thrills and emotions of these world class events. Plus scores, news, highlights and more.
Burberry by Burberry
Entertainment - Free (Apple TV)
Description:  The official Apple TV app from Burberry, the 160-year-old heritage brand with a distinctively British attitude. Watch runway shows, beauty tutorials and Burberry Acoustic performances.
Attack the Light by Cartoon Network
Games - $4.49 (Apple TV)
Description:  Attack the Light is a must-have for fans of both the show and turn-based role-playing games. Explore caves, fight bad guys, collect super secret treasure and level up. Load up Steven’s backpack with all kinds of magical items to help you on your quest.

IOS STORE – iPHONE & IPAD
Editors’ Choice 

Easy Music – Give kids an ear for music by Seven Academy
Education - $6.99 (Universal & Apple Watch)
Description: Easy Music is a good introduction into the world of music, no theory required. It is a beautifully animated app to introduce kids aged 5+ to musicality. Children learn to recognise notes, pitch, rhythm and melody in a nature-inspired game environment.

Free App of the Week

Lifeline… by 3 Minute Games
Description: Lifeline is a playable, branching story of survival against all odds. Using your iPhone, iPad, or Apple Watch, you will help Taylor make life or death decisions, and face the consequences together.
Collections
Description: When you have stuff to do, the last thing you need is a messy plan of attack. Thankfully, the best to-do lists make organising your tasks easy work—so you can stay focused and efficient.

Description: What’s lurking in those shadows? Who’s behind that shattering conspiracy? These incredible games swept us up in their mysteries, their stirring narratives and their moody environments.
Best Apps & Games
7 Tennis by Seven Network Ltd.
Sports - Free (Universal)

Description:  Watch all the action live from the Australian Open on the 7 Tennis app. Exclusive live simultaneous streaming of Seven’s live coverage, you won’t miss a minute of the thrills and emotions of these world class events. Plus scores, news, highlights and more.

 


Cricket Australia
Description: Catch every ball with Cricket Australia Live. From latest news, watching live matches, catching up on highlights or listening to live radio broadcasts, plus more.


News by Apple
DescriptionNews collects all the stories you want to read, from top news sources, based on topics you’re most interested in — so you no longer need to move from app to app to stay informed. News also combines the rich and immersive design found in print with the interactivity of digital media, letting you enjoy stunningly crafted articles that reflect the style of the publications they come from.

by Rolocule Games Private Limited

Games - Free (Universal)
Description:  Play Tennis against real people in real time. Carefully designed on the psychology of legends like Federer, Nadal, Djokovic, Murray, etc…Flick Tennis Online offers the an authentic tennis experience with its super intuitive controls and multiplayer technology in 9 gorgeous tennis courts.
Procreate by Savage Interactive Pty Ltd
Entertainment - $9.99 (Universal)
Description:  Procreate is a powerful sketching, painting and illustration app designed for a mobile device. This complete artist’s toolbox helps you create beautiful sketches, inspiring paintings and stunning illustrations anywhere you are. Procreate features ground-breaking canvas resolution, 128 incredible brushes, advanced layer system and is powered by Silica: the fastest 64-bit painting engine on iOS.

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  1. Geoff Cutts says:

    I have used several Chronos apps over the years and found them to be very useful. However, iClipboard 6 and a new version of DayLife have passed their release date without being made available, even though I had to pay for them in advance, and I am getting no replies to any of my email questions.

    Perhaps you can find out what is happening, or, at the least, warn your customers to be wary.

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