Biovolution today announced iMap 3.5, an update to its award-winning mapping application. iMap is designed to map large amounts of latitude/longitude data, or US ZIP codes, which can then be imported from databases, spreadsheets or GPS receivers. Changes in version 3.5 include: Universal Binary support for Intel-based Macs; the ability to import industry standard GPX files, making it easy to import GPS data; records can now be exported to KML for integration with Google Earth; a Spotlight plug-in that enables Spotlight to search the database of every iMap document; and a revision of the online help documentation. iMap requires Mac OS X 10.3 or later, and is priced at US$199.