Apple has recently launched a new application Message as a feature of the Mac OS X Mountain Lion, and reportedly to be come as a default application in the next major OS X updated from the Apple. Message is said to be a new application that integrates the iMessage functionality in it to work on the Mac OS X systems. Messages currently lies in beta testing, and the application is said to be come as a new look of iChat in the Mountain Lion.
Including the release of Messages Beta for Mountain Lion, Apple has also launched the Messages Beta application for the Mac OS X Lion users to the app meanwhile it reaches the final build. Messages currently available on Apple’s online store to download on Mac OS X Lion running systems, and to be support all the features discussed on the demo of the application. It is reported that some developers have just found a text string in the application resources that suggests the application will not be permanently available to all Mac OS X Lion users, and the users are only capable to use the application till it lies in the beta versions.
After the beta versions expiration, the Lion users have to move on to buy the new Mac OS X Mountain Lion for their systems, if they want to use the iMessage service on their systems through the Apple’s next generation Messages app. According to a discovered string in the resources of the Application, developers found that Apple will redirect users to Mac Apple Store to purchase the new OS X operating system for their machines.
Moreover, while digging into the new Messages Beta app for Mac OS X, developers found that Apple has baked the application with some retina display carrying artwork, which clearly hints on the new arrival of the MacBook Pro, Macbooks, and iMacs to carry the retina display just like the iPad 3.