A Public Sneak Peek At Messages from Mac OS X Mountain Lion

While the preparations for Apple’s next major OS upgrade have gone on quietly for some time now, the way Apple is treating its latest addition to the Apps of Mac OS X is anything but quiet.   Messages is Apple’s new app which allows users to “send messages to any Macintosh, iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch.” The app almost looks like something of a twitter clone, with some distinct differences.  Messages replaces your iVhat client and it allows you to make FaceTime calls from within the app.

The beta is the first public item Apple has released from its upcoming Mac OS X Mountain Lion release and it is available today at:


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