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    Installing iMessage application in Snow Leopard

    Its known that iMessage application works only with the latest Mac OS but is it possible for me to install in Snow Leopard which runs in my Mac? Is there any tweak available for it? In what basis it runs only in Mountain Lion? Can someone give the steps to make it work in Snow Leopard? Thank you.

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    mahhiads Array
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    Re: Installing iMessage application in Snow Leopard

    Hello Friend,

    System Requirement For The iMessage :

    OS : OS X 10.7.3+

    That Means It Not Supported The The Leopard OS.

    I Hope That Info Is Usefully

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    ozvert Array
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    Re: Installing iMessage application in Snow Leopard

    Hello dear............
    You can download the beta version to experience the imessage........
    it can be download here
    http://www.apple.com/macosx/mountain...messages-beta/
    install it and restart your mac .......

    i hope you may get it................
    thank you..................

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    Re: Installing iMessage application in Snow Leopard

    Hi friend,

    You can imessage beta version in your snow leopard.For this you need to follow the below installation process

    ---> Download the imessage application into snow leopard.

    ---> After downloading locate the app where it is stored.

    ---> After locating locate the app double on it.

    ---> Now wait until the installation process complete.

    ---> In installation process accept the terms and conditions.

    ---> After installation process restart the device.


    Thank you...........

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    luck Array
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    Re: Installing iMessage application in Snow Leopard

    Hello Pal


    Through iMessage you are allowed to chat

    iMessage does not have an API that developers can use

    So you need to make an API

    They open the platform then it talks to other servicees

    They make the apps themselves , or its restricted to the newest Mac/ IOS software

    That is it


    ALL THE GOOD LUCK

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