Review of upcoming apple operating system ‘mountain lion’
It was only 7 months ago when Apple instituted its Operating System X Mountain Lion. It was on Friday that Apple had seeded its most recent edition on its developer sample of Mountain Lion. The most up-to-date additions to its OS have been provided in detail. All in all Mountain Lion has brought with it a lot of alterations in its default apps as well. For instance, iCal has been changed to calendar and Address book has now become Contacts. Apart from this the ‘Notes’ feature in mail has now become a separate application. Of course not to forget the reminders and messages also have been set up as a separate feature. The best and the most desired app is that GameCenter can now be accessed on Mac as well.
Integration of Twitter
Even though Twitter is merely a share sheet option of the OS, it is a 3rd party service and is integrated with Mountain Lion in a very consistent way. Similar to iOS 5, as soon as you log in for the 1st time you can then tweet across and have a look at the reactions sent in addition to the communications in the Notification Center.
The Mountain Lion iCloud User Interface is exactly as that in the iPad. The documents section in opens up at the document records where it is listed chronologically from the last date of edit carried out. Folders can be created in iOS-style by pulling files on top of each other, and whenever any changes are made on Mac they are involuntarily pressed back to iCloud and are obtainable from your iOS device.
The small business owners are not left out. They need not hesitate now to decide the application that they want to download and install on their Mac. Data security has been given priority with an application known as the Gatekeeper. The gatekeeper keeps a check on your download when you set it according to your requirements.