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OS X Mountain Lion presents Notifications Center and Dictation

by Julia
June 12, 2012 at 4:37 pm

During the WWDC on Monday, Apple introduced the latest version of the operating system for MacBooks.

The Messages application was presented as the best method to chat with friends using different IM systems or the iMessage the company launched last year.

The new Notifications Center was also presented and it works in a similar way with the Notifications Center from the iOS.

The only difference is that all the notices received appear on the side of the screen and not in the center.

In addition, the Dictation fucntion allows users to dictate a text that will be converted by the Mac.

Dictation is available anywhere in OS X Mountain Lion, in several languages around the world.

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