If you had any doubt that Apple’s upcoming OS X Mountain Lion update would be more iOS-like, here’s one more piece of evidence that you can add to the list. In the latest developer preview of OS X Mountain Lion, it has been discovered that Apple is set to introduce an Automatic Downloads feature. This was discovered by the folks at 9to5 Mac who spotted an Automatic Downloads option recently.
For those unfamiliar, Automatic Downloads is a feature that Apple introduced last year along with iCloud. It basically allows iOS users to automatically download purchases made from the iTunes App Store onto other iOS devices that shares the same iTunes account. Much like its iOS counterpart, the Automatic Downloads option for OS X will allow users to install new purchases on any of their Mac computers that shares the same Mac App Store account. However apparently the feature does not seem to be fully functional yet but that is expected to change in later developer previews or perhaps the GM release.
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