Posted On July 10, 2012 By In Apple News, iOS Apps With 1331 Views

OS X Mountain Lion Golden Master released

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Apple has released the Golden Master (GM) of its new operation system – OS X Mountain Lion to developers. OS X Mountain Lion is scheduled to be release later this month.
OS X Mountain Lion is set to introduced over 200 new feature. Some of the new features include upgrades to old features and better iCloud integration. OS X Mountain Lion is aimed at making syncing between iOS devices and Macs seamless. A list of some of these feature include:
Accessibility
AirPlay Mirroring
Auto Save
Built-in Sharing
Dashboard
Facebook Intergration
Features for China
Game Center
Gatekeeper
Mac App Store
Improve Mail
Notes
Notification Center
Power Nap
Reminders
Improve Security

According to 9to5 Mac Apple is asking developers to submit their optimized Mac App Store software for review.

Make sure your apps take advantage of the great new features in OS X Mountain Lion when the world’s most advanced operating system ships to millions of customers worldwide. Download OS X Mountain Lion GM seed and Xcode 4.4 GM seed, now available on the Mac Dev Center. Build your apps with these latest seeds, then test and submit for review. You can also submit iOS apps that take advantage of the new cross-platform Game Center Groups, so they’ll be available when OS X Mountain Lion ships.
A complete, “Golden Master” version of OS X Mountain Lion was released to developers earlier today, and this is the build that we expect Apple to provide customers with this month. The update will cost $19.99 for Snow Leopard and Lion users, and it will be available via the Mac App Store.

The most important thing about OS X Mountain Lion is the price. It will be retailing for $19.99 in the US and £14 in the UK and con be downloaded from the Mac App Store. This should make an upgrade to this new release a no-brainer.

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Sources: Apple, 9to5 Mac

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Storm is a technology enthusiast, who resides in the UK. He enjoys reading and writing about technology.

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