Bring OS X Mountain Lion’s Features To Lion [Video How-To]

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LionMtn

Many people I’ve talked to are anxious to try out the new features Apple has brought to OS X Mountain Lion. Unfortunately, Apple has only made the beta of Mountain Lion available to registered developers. In this video, I’ll show you how you can get the biggest features of Mountain Lion today, using only existing apps.

AirParrot can be found here.

You can download Messages beta here.

Source: Lifehacker

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7 responses to “Bring OS X Mountain Lion’s Features To Lion [Video How-To]”

  1. GamerJunk says:

    What screen capture software did you use for this video? 

  2. Jonathan Ober says:

    What screen capture software did you use for this video? 

    My guess is screen flow – http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/screenflow/id422025166?mt=12

  3. Michael Steeber says:

    What screen capture software did you use for this video? 

    Screenflow.

  4. lagunare says:

    What that means!? Means that in Mountain Lion OS is nothing more then Lion OS with some app more…… :D

  5. ericschultheiss says:

    You can currently edit reminders in Lion via iCal.

  6. Anthony M Perez says:

    Grow-el? Isn’t it GROWL, like the sound/how it’s spelled???

    Screenflow is $99? I’ll pass, and keep Screeny.

  7. LaurentBourrelly says:

    I’ve been using 10.8 for a while now, but AirPlay mirroring is still a bit wacked. You are better off with Air Parrot for now.
    Probably the best part of the upgrade is Safari (sooo fast), and this one will be hard to get ;)

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