Shark Week is one of the most anticipated weeks of television and lucky for us it is finally here!!!  Discovery Channel has loaded up their schedule full of shows and documentaries of the majestic and mysterious creatures.  

Check out their official Twitter and Facebook so you don’t miss a single minute of the action!If Shark Week on TV isn’t enough for your love of sharks, check out these apps below to keep the fun going.

Ultimate Sharks

Stay up to date and in the know about everything Sharks for Shark Week 2014 with the Ultimate Sharks Free app.  Get action packed information on some of the deadliest sharks from around the world, use the 3D interactive shark simulation to control the beasts with the touch of your finger.  Exclusive video, real life stories of shark encounters and hundreds of Hi-res photos will satisfy your Shark cravings.  You can continue to enjoy the incredible animals long after Shark Week is over, download from the App Store for free today!

Shark Dash

This cute and addictive game will definitely keep you busy for hours and hours! Just drag and release the Shark’s tail to launch him towards the rubber duckies.  Get rid of all the bad duckies and collect coins to get the best score possible.  With 96 levels, Shark Dash will surely keep you occupied for quite some time.  Complete missions in order to unlock achievements and get even further into the game.  So easy and so fun, just $0.99 in the App Store and Google Play.

Discovery Kids Sharks

The Discovery Kids Sharks app is full of trading cards, incredible facts, live action videos, and jaw dropping photographs.  Any young shark enthusiast will be mesmerized and awestruck when they see what this app has to offer.  Keep their curious minds going with all the great features you can find in this app.  The mysterious world of underwater majestic creatures never seemed so close until now.  Get it now for just $4.99 from the App Store.

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