BioShock Infinite: Mac game developers Aspyr announced today that it will be bringing Bioshcok Infinite to the Mac following its release on PC and consoles next week on March 26. It will take Aspyr until the summer to get the third instalment in the Bioshock series up and running on OS X, but the company promised us more details on pricing, preorders, and release dates in the near future. The game follows lead character Booker DeWitt and takes place in the lost, floating city of Columbia. It’s the first title in the series that doesn’t take place under water and also sees the return of the game’s original developer Ken Levine.

Amazon Send to Kindle: Announced by Amazon today, website owners can now add a “Send to Kindle Button” to allow visitors save content directly to Kindle devices and apps. That means that iPhone and iPad users can now use the function on supported sites to send content to the Kindle iOS apps. Some sites such as The Washington Post, TIME, and Boing Boing have already added the button.

Final Fantasy V: The FF-Reunion website is reporting that Final Fantasy V is making its way to the App Store, at least in Japan, by the end of March. The title is said to get the usual overhaul for iOS, but until then you can always play the Game Boy Advance port through an emulator.

Garmin USA version 2.4: Garmin updated its USA version of its iOS app today alongside many other local versions with the ability to play voice instructions through your car’s speakers over bluetooth, a new Map Manager, points of interest from Wikipedia, and much more:

✓ Voice instructions can be broadcasted through the car’s speakers. This function requires the iPhone to be connected with the car’s bluetooth handsfree kit. ✓ Map Manager: Save storage space on your device and download only the maps you need. Please note that the map data needs to be downloaded after installing the update! ✓ Wikipedia POIs can be downloaded for free and transform the app into a travel guide. ✓ Garmin myTrends learns from your driving habits and automatically adjusts the routing or suggests frequently entered destinations. ✓ Glympse functionality has been further improved. ✓ Additional Foursquare functionality. ✓ New languages and improved voices. ✓ All new NAVTEQ map data.

Reuters: Reuters released a universal new iOS app today for both iPhone and iPad that brings a new design for keeping up with content and totally revamped experience:

· View all stories surrounded by related content, so you can dig deeper into the topics you care about and find the beginning, middle and end all in one place. · Create a watchlist of topic streams and companies, and save stories for later. · Easily swipe through to different streams you’ve opened or are following. · Get financial data on a company in any region, chart it’s performance over a period of time and compare it to competitors. · Easily share on Twitter, Facebook and via email. · Read all loaded streams and saved stories while offline.


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