AOL has recently announced that its AIM Windows Mobile client is out of beta. The application is perfect for those who rely heavily on AIM for their instant messaging activities.
Not surprisingly, AOL touts the app as the one that provides users with “best-in-class experience.” Features include real-time status updates and contacts management (Buddy List and Buddy Groups); plus it [the application] can be used to send text messages to mobile users in the U.S. — a feature that could potentially bring significant cost savings to some people.
To download AIM for Windows Mobile, hop over to wap.aol.com in your mobile browser, click on “Products”, then “AIM for Windows Mobile!”, and you’re ready to go. Alternatively, you can visit this page on AOL’s website and download the “.cab” file to your computer, and then install it on your Windows Mobile smartphone.