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AOL Takes AIM at Android

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Jul 22, 2010, 11:43 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

AOL has today released two applications for Google's Android platform as well as optimized its web site for the Android browser. One app, called AOL, is a simple portal that provides links to AOL services. The second app, called DailyFinance, offers users access to stock market and financial information. The m.aol.com web site now makes use of HTML5 and works better in the Android (and iPhone) browser. It it more touch friendly, has large icons and provides access to AOL-branded services, such as Movifone. The applications and web site are free to download and use.



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Jul 22, 2010, 2:51 PM

Why no AIM Web client?

Can these guys not figure it out?
is aol still in the game? besides aim, which logs in automatically when i turn on my pc and 5 out of 200 contacts are logged in, i havent heard or seen anything worth wild from aol in years. good idea to go to android, but i know i wont be downloadi...
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