Here are the features you can expect
- Send unlimited
iMessages to any Mac, iPad, iPhone, or
- Start an iMessage conversation on
your Mac and continue it on your iPad,
iPhone, or iPod touch.
- Send photos, videos, attachments,
contacts, locations, and more.
- Launch a FaceTime video call and
bring the conversation face-to-face.
iMessage Beta for OSX Lion, go to :
and click on the Download Messages Free Beta
will start, once its is completed, double click on the
MessagesBeta.dmg file to open the package
Then double click on the MessagesBeta.pkg package file
The Welcome to the Message Beta page
will open, click on Continue
Read the Important Information page and then click on
Accept the Software License Agreement
by clicking the Continue button
Select where to install the package, click on Install
and enter an administrative username/password when
Messages installation will be completed. You will need
to restart your MAC in order to allow changes to take
will be automatically added to the Dock,
click on it to run Messages
The Welcome to Messages page will open, click
Sign in with your Apple ID account and then click
in. If you don't have an Apple ID, then you
will need to create Apple ID in order to sign in.
After you sign in with your Apple ID, you can add other
email address which messages can be sent to as well.
Messages can be connected to other Instant Messaging
clients, such as AIM, Yahoo Messenger, Jabber, Google
If you want to skip this option, then
the Continue button.
Once done configuring Messages, click on Done.
Click the pencil icon
to start typing a new message ,
type the name, email address or the telephone number of the
want to chat with, and then
start typing your
Note : I have my contacts saved inside the
Address Book application.
Messages is a new feature for MAC OSX
and will be available with the new operating system from
Apple, MAC OSX Lion Moutain. Apple has given us the
opportunity to try it and install it on OSX Lion in its
Messages is a feature that was introduced with iOS 5.0
for iPod, iPhone, iPad. And now, Messages will be
available on our MAC computers. Where we will be able to
send unlimited iMessages - including photos,
attachments, and more to iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, and
Mac From our Mac.
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