OS X Mountain Lion
Mountain Lion will be Apple’s up and coming latest OS. OS X Mountain Lion, note that they have removed “Mac” from Mac OS X. It was remove for obvious reason, OS X is slowly integrating with iOS and I’m sure they have plans to just have 1 OS in the future.
So what is new in Mountain Lion?
Quite a fair bit, judging that Lion is not even 1 year old.
- Better integration of OS X with iCloud, you can upload document and files from your Mac to iCloud
- Messages – able to send iMessages to any iOS or Mac via this app. GTalk and Yahoo! Messager are supported too! Almost like a all-in-one Message/Chat Client
- Reminders – Apple brought iOS’s Reminder App into Mac, so now you can access whatever reminder you have enter on Mac/iOS on any devices you are at
- Notes – Similar to Reminders, all the notes you have written in iPhone/iPad will be accessible on your Mac too. Yes, they are sync over iCloud
- Notification Center – All your notification like iMessage, Friend Request, Calendar alerts, App Store updates, will be available on Mac. It looks exactly how it looks on iOS 5
- Share Sheets – It enable to you easily share from anywhere to everywhere. You can tweet a cool site you found from Safari, Send notes via Mail, send video to Vimeo, or even post photo to Flickr
- Twitter Integration just like iOS. You can quickly compose and send a tweet anywhere on your Mac
- Game Center – You can now access your Game Center, so in theory you should be able to play games against your friends on your Mac while they are on iPad/iPhone
- AirPlay Mirroring – My favorite feature of all. You now can stream your entire Mac screen to your HDTV in your living room, wirelessly via AppleTV. Just like what you can do with your iPad. It is very cool.