With OS X Mountain Lion Incoming, Developers Can Now Submit Apps for Review

With the public release of OS X Mountain Lion slated for later this month, Apple is now allowing registered developers to submit OS X Mountain Lion apps so that they are available when the operating system ships. Yesterday, Apple seeded the “gold master” copy of OS X Mountain Lion to its Developer Center, which is the final version of the pre-release software and indicates that a public release is just days away.

OS X Mountain will be available for $19.99 from the Mac App Store for existing Snow Leopard and Lion users, while anyone that has purchased a new Mac on or after June 11, 2012 will be eligible for a free upgrade through Apple’s up-to-date program. OS X Mountain Lion includes several new features such as Notification Center, AirPlay Mirroring, Game Center, Messages for Mac, Notes, Reminders Game Center and official Twitter integration.

[9to5Mac]

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