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Briefly: Documents 5 launch; Rome: Total War - Alexander for Mac

updated 04:16 pm EST, Tue February 25, 2014

Documents 5 launches for iPhone and iPad February 27

Readdle's Documents 5 is set to launch this Thursday, offering users a centralized hub for interacting with digital content. By creating an interconnected ecosystem of core Readdle apps, Documents 5 facilitates a workflow where users can readily access different tools normally found in separate apps. For example, if a user wants to convert a PNG file into a PDF, one can open the PNG file and convert it to PDF from the Documents 5 app, which will automatically open PDF Converter and paste it in the Documents 5 root folder. This applies to PDF Expert 5, and Printer Pro integration as well. Documents 5 will be available free from the App Store beginning February 27.

Rome: Total War - Alexander expansion to be released for Mac February 27

Feral Interactive has announced today that its expansion for Rome: Total War - Gold Edition will be released February 27. Entitled Rome: Total War - Alexander, the expansion introduces six historical battles to the single-player campaign-style game based on Alexander the Great's biggest triumphs. Four new playable factions are available, including Macedon, Persia, India and Dahae, with 50 new units under players' control. Historial LAN battles are also expanded, with new rulesets, allowing for 1-versus-2 and 1-versus-3 clashes. Rome: Total War - Alexander for Mac will be priced at $7, and available for direct download from Feral Interactive as well as the App Store.





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