Apple as of late&#one hundred sixty;Mac OS X Mountain Lion announced a new version of the Mac operating system this summer should appear. One of the major innovations in this new operating system is the Messages program, which will replace iChat. Messages iMessage lets you chat with users on the iPhone and iPad. There is already a free trial version of the chat programs available for download.
Download Messages Beta and get a taste of what’s coming in OS X Mountain Lion. When you install Messages, it replaces iChat. But iChat services will continue to work. And Messages brings iMessage to the Mac — just like on iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch running iOS 5. Here are the features you can expect with Messages:
- Send unlimited iMessages to any Mac, iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch.*
- Start an iMessage conversation on your Mac and continue it on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch.
- Send photos, videos, attachments, contacts, locations, and more.
- Launch a FaceTime video call and bring the conversation face-to-face.
- Messages supports iMessage, AIM, Yahoo!, Google Talk, and Jabber accounts
when the iOs 5 was released, Apple introduced iMessage, a messaging service that you like WhatsApp did chat with other iPhone users. Messages on Mac OS X Mountain Lion makes it possible to send messages to everyone who uses iMessage. You must have the Apple ID or phone number that someone used iMessage. Besides iMessage let Messages can chat with AIM, Yahoo, Google Talk and Jabber.
Messages replaces iChat, Apple's chat program to Lion did with Mac OS X. The interface seems heavily inspired by iMessage Messages on the iPhone, with an oval chat bar at the bottom.
The Messages app is currently in beta and can be downloaded from the official Apple website free of charge or you can get it from the official direct download link.
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