You're going to want to check out today's first app worth downloading if you're a basketball fan looking to get into shape, up your game, or both. It's Dwyane Wade Driven, which brings you lots of tips and workouts from the pro. Up next is an update to video app Squrl, which streams content from all kinds of different sources and brings you recommendations on what to watch. Finally, Home is an atmospheric horror game with pixel graphics and a unique spin on the genre.
Dwyane Wade Driven ($3.99)
What’s it about? Up your basketball game and your fitness level with the help of Dwyane Wade.
What’s cool? Dwyane Wade Driven brings all the kinds of training basketball fans need to up their game and get fit. The app includes workouts from Wade, as well as drills for helping you up your skills in ball handling, shooting and more. Driven can also track your progress in training and help you reach your goals, and includes videos of all the exercises and drills.
Who’s it for? Basketball and Dwyane Wade fans, if you're looking to get better, this one's for you.
What’s it like? Grab FitStar: Tony Gonzalez for another app that brings you workout help from a real athlete.
Squrl update (Free)
What’s it about? Find and watch cool videos from lots of different sources using Squrl.
What’s cool? Squrl brings all kinds of video your way from a number of different sources and services, making it easy to watch things you're into or find new things to enjoy. The app lets you stream videos from the likes if youTube, Netflix and Hulu, and it also can provide recommendations of tons of new videos for you to enjoy. Squrl's latest update brings a new layout to the app, plus improve recommendations and the ability to send and receive video messages.
Who’s it for? If you're a fan of services like Netflix and Hulu, grab Squrl.
Home – a Unique Horror Adventure ($2.99)
What’s it about? Horror game Home has jumped from PC to iOS, bringing a side-scrolling adventure experience to players.
What’s cool? Home is an interesting horror title in which players find themselves controlling a character who awakens in a strange, dark house with no memory of how he got there. With only a flashlight to navigate in the darkness, your goal is to help discover what has happened to several other characters. With a lo-fi, pixelated graphical style, Home creates an unsettling atmosphere and presents and strange, twisted story for players.
Who’s it for? Horror fans and players who like uncommon storytelling experiences should check out Home.