Briefly: New X-Men Movie Teaser, BioShock Dual Pack $5, Shazam App Update

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers including: X-Men: Days Of Future Past teaser trailer, quad-stretching exercises, get BioShock and BioShock 2 for $5.

  • Shazam has launched a new “Select & Buy” multi-item purchase feature for its iOS app. "The new feature enables you to buy a number of songs from iTunes with just a tap of the screen, making it faster and easier to buy several songs you heard on your commute to work, your coffee break at the café, or your night out with friends," the company explained. The updated app also includes a new “Recommendation” feature and improved sharing/searching functionality.
  • Do you like to exercise? The girls over at PopSugar Health & Fitness have a quad-stretching exercise guide that includes five different workouts. We'll leave this one to you.
  • X-Men: Days Of Future Past is the new X-Men movie that follows on from Wolverine (read our review of the latter here). This teaser trailer is a pseudo-advertisement that sets up the new film's chief protagonists: mutant-hunting sentinel robots.
  • BioShock and BioShock 2 are widely regarded to be two of the best games of this or any console generation. You can currently get the enhanced PC version of both games for just $5 from Amazon. That is ridiculously good value for money. [Via OzBargain]


    Annoyingly, downloads are restricted to accounts registered in the US.
    As an Australian, you can't even get just the game codes and then plug them into steam.
    Unless I am missing something and there is some kind of legal workaround, this should probably be taken off the lh Australia site.

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