The beta version of Messages for Mac was rolled out that gets iMessages onto your OS X Lion. With Messages in Mac OS X you will be able to send iMessages to the iPhone and iPad. You can get more information on the newly launched iMessage App “Messages Beta” for Mac OS X and downloaded from here. Using Messages, you will be now able to send photos, videos, attachments, contacts, locations, and many more, without any SMS or MMS fees paid, and also initiate a FaceTime video Chat with a click of a button.
The new Mac Messages Beta application adds additional scope to the iMessage service by now allowing users to send direct messaging to a recipent using a Mac via either a telephone number of an email address. Here’show you can use iMessages on OS X Lion with full guide along with screenshots available.
The new beta of iMessages app for OS X lets you transfer files of any type onto your iOS devices running 5.0/5.0.1/5.0.x firmawre.
iMessage for Mac can transfer and send files including: .mp3, .pdf, .txt, .sh, .deb, .ipa, .exe, .app, .rar, .tar, .7z, and .zip to your iPhone.
The video below shows you how to transfer any format files to your iDevice using Messages beta app from Mac.