New OS X Yosemite, With New Features

Written By Unknown on Thursday, October 23, 2014 | 3:00 PM

OS X Yosemite introduces a beautiful new design and useful new connections between your Mac and iOS devices, and amazing new features for the apps you use most.

  • eBooks support the reading of ePub documents and rich, interactive Multi-Touch textbooks with VoiceOver.
  • Safari and Mail use the same text navigation conventions, hence you can move through both apps more smoothly. 
  • Web browsing is streamlined with faster access to the web rotor and Item Chooser, so you can move through web pages easier and more efficiently.
  • Custom panel editing allows us to select additional background colors for panel buttons and speak or play a specific sound when a panel button is highlighted.
  • OS X Yosemite added over 50 editing and formatting commands to Dictation, so you can turn on Dictation and tell your Mac to bold a paragraph, delete a sentence, or replace a word.
  • AirDrop works between Mac and iOS. With just a few clicks on your Mac, you may take a file from any folder and use AirDrop and send it to a nearby Mac or iOS device.
  • It is possible for you to receive files even when AirDrop is not selected in the Finder. You can choose to make yourself available to those in your contacts or to everyone. When a file is sent to you, it appears as a notification and click to download the file.
  • The Dock has been redesigned to be simpler and more efficient.
  • Updated app icons give the Dock a harmonious look; yet make it easy to quickly spot the right app.
  • OS X Yosemite has a modern, easy-to-read font throughout the system which looks great on a Retina display.
Family Sharing
  • Family Sharing can be set in System Preferences. The family organizer can invite up to five other family members to join in the group.
  • Family members can get access to each other’s purchased music, movies, TV shows, books, and apps on their Mac.
  • You can set up accounts for your children so they need to ask permission before they purchase something.
  • A shared photo album is automatically set up. Members can share photos, videos, and comments, and the album stays up to date automatically.
iCloud Drive
  • Store any file in iCloud and access it from your Mac, iPhone, iPad, or a Windows PC.
  • iOS app document libraries can be accessed from your Mac, so you can open a picture you drew on your iPad and edit it on your Mac.
  • Files in iCloud Drive are available on your Mac even when there’s no Internet connection. 
  • Mail Drop makes it easy to send large attachments, perfect for sharing videos, presentations, and folders of images via email. With Mail Drop you can send messages of up to 5GB.
  • You can annotate images and fill out forms right in Mail. When someone sends you a file that you need to fill out or mark up, you don’t need to leave Mail, save a new file, or add it back to your email conversation.
  • Quickly fill out a PDF form without leaving Mail.
  • Easily add your signature to an image or PDF form, right in Mail. Use the trackpad to draw your signature or capture it using the camera on your Mac. You also can use your trackpad to draw shapes and Markup will intelligently tidy them up.
  • Mail works with Handoff so you can start an email on one device and pick it up on another.
  • Text messages sent to your iPhone appear right in Messages on your Mac.
  • If your friends share their locations using their iPhone, you can follow them in Messages on your Mac.
  • Give your group conversations titles to make them easier to find and manage. 
  • Add participants to a group conversation at any time. Remove participants just as easily.
  • Mute notifications for conversations so you won’t be bothered and you can still read messages whenever you want.
  • Send quick audio message right from Messages.
  • Click a phone number in the Messages app to make a call from your Mac.
  • When you are iMessaging with someone, you can now a screen sharing session from Messages.
  • Messages works with Handoff so you can instantly open the conversation on any device.

Written by : Unknown ~Home Work

Blog, Updated at: 3:00 PM


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