What's new on the App Store: Watch the PGA Tour live, Angry Birds gets a sequel, and go back-to-school shopping
New to the App Store this week, we have PGA Tour Live, which lets golf fans stream rounds live on their iPhone and iPad. There's also LiveText, a new messaging app for Yahoo. Keep track of the most important numbers in your life with Numerous. Disney has put out a new karaoke, this time for their new Descendants TV series.
- PGA Tour Live - Free - Download Now
- Yahoo LiveText - Free - Download Now
- Numerous - Free - Download Now
- Disney Karaoke: Descendants - $5.99 - Download Now
Angry Birds 2, the sequel to Rovio's original smash hit, leads off the new games this week. Race the Sun is a new game that challenges you to race the Sun across the sky in an effort to keep your solar flyer aloft. Fight to prevent the rise of a Dragon in Tap Quest: Gate Keeper. Finally, classic RPG Legends of Grimrock has been updated, letting play on your iPhone.
- Angry Birds 2 - Free - Download Now
- Race The Sun - $4.99 - Download Now
- Tap Quest: Gate Keeper - Free - Download Now
- Legend of Grimrock - $4.99 - Download Now
It's once again back-to-school time, and Apple has assembled a collection of apps to help you shop for supplies. There are a number of retailer apps, like those from Target and Best Buy, that let you use Apple Pay. Apps like Schoola, zulily, and Macy's help you find the perfect first-day outfit. Finally, apps from stores like Walmart help you save money on your all of your back-to-school needs.
- Target - Free - Download Now
- Best Buy - Free - Download Now
- Schoola - Free - Download Now
- zulily - Free - Download Now
- Macy's - Free - Download Now
- Walmart - Free - Download Now
- Ebates - Free - Download Now
Check back next week for more new apps and games from the App Store.
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