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Briefly: Evernote for Mac update, Civ V: Brave New World now on Mac

updated 04:37 pm EDT, Wed July 10, 2013

Evernote gains new document preview feature

Thanks to yesterday's update, Evernote for Mac now features the ability to annotate with Skitch, preview documents, and highlight content. When Skitch is installed users can send any note directly into Skitch for annotation, and then from within Skitch save it as a new note in Evernote. Meanwhile, the new document preview feature shows users the entire contents of a file directly in a note, and will work with various file types including documents, presentations, and spreadsheets. Finally, a highlighter tool has been added to the text editing tools, allowing users to identify any text with a bright yellow background.

Civilization V: Brave New World now available on Mac

The latest Civilization V expansion pack, Brave New World, is now available on the Mac. Included in the expansion are new civilizations, wonders, and units, as well as brand new gameplay mechanics. Players can now build their cities into hubs of international trade by land and sea, helping to create wealth while also speeding religion, cultural influence and science. Also new to this release are two new scenarios, American Civil War and Scramble for Africa. Sid Meier's Civilization V: Brave New World is a $30 purchase on GameAgent's website.




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