xMove is described as 'allows you to install OS X 10.7 Lion on any supported Intel Core 2 or Core i based PC. It moves the required installation files for Lion to a separate partition on your hard drive so that you can install Lion manually' and is an app in the OS & Utilities category. There are three alternatives to xMove for Mac. The best alternative is UniBeast, which is free. Other great apps like xMove are myHack (Free) and Kakewalk (Free).
UniBeast is a tool for Hackintoshes that creates a bootable USB drive from your copy of the Install Mac OS X Lion app, Install OS X Mountain Lion app, or OS X Lion USB Thumb Drive. This all-in-one bootable USB drive can also be used as a rescue boot drive for system recovery.
myHack aids in the installation of a retail copy of OS X 10.6 “Snow Leopard”, OS X 10.7 “Lion”, and OS X 10.8 “Mountain Lion” on a PC. This is commonly referred to as “Building a Hackintosh” or “Hackintoshing”.
The sole purpose of Kakewalk is to make it as easy as possible to install OS X Lion or Mountain Lion on your PC. Kakewalk tries to remove all of the painful fiddling and tinkering so that you can be up and running within a few hours.