Liverpool, United Kingdom – A new video tutorial app – SCOtutor for Mountain Lion – has been released and is now available in the iTunes App Store for both iPad and iPhone. SCOtutor for Mountain Lion teaches all the new and improved features in OSX 10.8 Mountain Lion via this indispensable study guide – viewers can discover everything you need to know to get up and running with Mountain Lion, quickly and easily.
Whether new to the Mac or an experienced Mac users, Don McAllister shows how to get the most out of Apple’s new Operating System by following this new study guide, packed with over 2 hours of HD video tutorials, organised into 30 easily digestible lessons.
Users can follow along with the lessons on their Mac whilst viewing the tutorial on their iPad or iPhone. They can keep it on your iPad or iPhone as a quick reference guide and when completing or pausing a lesson, the app remembers their position and restarts just where they left it!
They can even take advantage of its built in AirPlay Setup support and watch the lessons on a HDTV or Projector.
SCOtutor for Mountain Lion even includes optional English subtitles.
SCOtutor for Mountain Lion also contains a unique note taking feature. The user just taps on the note icon at any time and a notepad will appear, allowing them to take notes or reminders about certain features. Tap another button to enter the lesson name and a timestamp and export all the notes for review or to share with others via email. Comprehensive Mountain Lion Tutorial – The HD video tutorial runs for 130 minutes and organised into 30 topics including:
* Desktop & UI Changes
* Notification Center
* Configuring Notification Center
* Reminder Notifications
* Third Party Apps & Notification Center
* Suspending Notifications
* iCloud Documents & Data
* File Operations via iCloud
* iCloud & Keynote
* File Saving in Mountain Lion
* Remapping File Save As…
* Additional File Commands
* Third Party Integration & Sharing
* Safari 6
* Apple Mail
* Dashboard Configuration
* Update to “File Save As”, The Finder
* Local iCloud Documents
* Notes, Reminders, Contacts, Calendar
* Adding IM Accounts
* New ScreenSavers
* Updates to Mission Control
* Notification Center Configuration
* Security & Privacy
* Updates to Time Machine, Full Screen Mode, Screen Sharing
* Change Default Save Target
* Airplay Mirroring
* Power Nap
* iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, 3/4G iPod touch and iPad
Requires iOS 5.0 or later.
* 598 MB
Pricing and Availability:
SCOtutor for Mountain Lion is available at a special launch price of just $5.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies), and available worldwide through the iTunes App Store. There are a limited number of promotional codes available to obtain a free copy of the App for review. Please contact us directly to request a promo code. There are also a limited number of complimentary press memberships available to access the weekly tutorial service for review. Please use the contact email directly to request a press membership.
Located in LIverpool, United Kingdom, ScreenCastsOnline was formed in 2005 by Don McAllister who specialises in screencast production for ScreenCastsOnline and corporate customers. With over six years experience, ScreenCastsOnline has published over 400 Mac and iOS based video tutorials to rave reviews, and is acknowledged as one of the top resources for Mac training on the Internet. All of the video training is delivered by the host and founder of ScreenCastsOnline, Don McAllister, a regular panel member on many influential Mac podcasts including MacBreak Weekly, BagelTech Mac and MacRoundtable. Don is also a regular speaker at many international events, including Macworld Expo and Blogworld. ScreenCastsOnline also runs a popular membership system, allowing ScreenCastsOnline members to sign up to receive a new Mac based tutorial each week via iTunes. ScreenCastsOnline is a trading name of DMC Media Productions Ltd. All Material and Software (C) 2005-2012 ScreenCastsOnline / All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPod, iPad, the iPod logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.