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Location: Portland, OR
OS X Mountain Lion will offer automatic applications downloading
The latest version of OS X Mountain Lion for developers offers automatic downloading of applications.
With the next edition of its operating system, Apple wants to blur the boundaries between Mac OS X and IOS. Each of the mobile applications available for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad are gradually brought to the Mac. After the mail client, address book and calendar, this will be the task manager and notepad will emerge. OS X 10.8 will also include a notification center and the Game Center. Last week, Apple distributed a new version to testers for evaluating Mountain Lion. It embeds a mechanism to activate offer automatic downloads. Thus, when it identifies on the Mac App Store with the same account from multiple machines, the user will be able to synchronize its purchases. An application purchased a MacBook Pro will be automatically downloaded and installed on an iMac and vice versa.
For now the device would not work since no installation is completely effective on computers but a notification is returned to the user. On the platform of the Mac App Store, the application is yet to be recognized as installed on other machines. Before fully activating this feature, Apple seems to test the synchronization status. Note that on Windows 8, Microsoft will also offer synchronization of applications designed to Metro interface and settings configured by the user.
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