In Pictures: OS X Mountain Lion arrives - the top 25 features

Apple's latest OS X version amps up the iOS integration, but offers much more for business and personal use

An independent note-taking tool

iOS's Notes app comes to OS X Mountain Lion -- notes are no longer handled in Mail. But notes remain server-based, so you can take notes and have them synced via iCloud, IMAP, and/or Exchange to iOS devices and Macs, as well as to other sever-based clients (such as Outlook) that support notes.

The Notes app in OS X Mountain Lion goes further than the one in iOS: You can drag in file attachments, for example, and you can peel off a note so that it stays onscreen even when Notes is closed -- a live sticky note, in effect.

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