It will take time to be familiar with all the features and applications included in the latest version of an operating system. I’m talking about Apple’s new OS version, Mac OS X Mountain Lion 10.8. Apple had made it available for download from app store via iTunes quite a few days ago for just $19.99. iMessage was considered as the significant trait in iOS with the previous major release iOS 5. Hope you all have experienced it with your Apple iOS devices such as iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. It is just a messaging system with which you can send unlimited text messages, photos, videos etc to your friends or relatives who owned any of those Apple devices.
We will help you to work with iMessage on Apple’s latest Mac OS X Mountain Lion 10.8. Follow the steps below to be familiar with iMessage on Mac.
How to use iMessage with new Mac OS X Mountain Lion 10.8 ?
If you are already familiar with Apple’s Mac operating system, you know that icons of some popular applications will be shown at the bottom of your desktop screen for easier access. iMessage icon will also be there with a blue bubble. Click on it for the launch. Sending messages is just a simple task with iMessage. Once you have launched the Mac application, iMessage, you can see a ‘Create Message’ button at the left. Click on it and type the message you need to send and then type the name of the person to whom you need to send a message and as a final step hit the send button.
How to manage iMessage accounts in new Mac OS X Mountain Lion 10.8 ?
You can manage the accounts by navigating to ‘Messages -> Preferences -> Accounts’. Latest version of iMessage which is installed in the new Mac OS X Mountain Lion 10.8 also supports other messaging clients like Yahoo, Gmail etc. You can also manage it via the same method.
That is all about for being familiar with iMessage features on the new Apple Mac version, Mountain Lion. If you have any doubts regarding, how to use iMessage in OS X Mountain Lion, please let us know via comments. We request you to stay with us via our Facebook and Twitter pages to keep updated about all the latest Apple news which include iOS tips, jailbreak & unlock tutorials etc.