Jumat, 15 Mei 2009

AOL has announced two of its latest iPhone/iPod touch applications, SHOUTcast Radio and ICQ, along with a new AIM v2.0 to its popular instant messaging application. SHOUTcast offers over 26,000 professional and community programmed radio stations that users can search through and save for quick access. Complete with an accelerometer control, owners can shake the iPhone/iPod touch in order to change stations. The application also displays radio stations by popularity and stream quality, giving users the chance to choose a station best suited to their current network connection.

ICQ for iPhone provides a mobile client for the real-time instant messaging service where users can connect to anyone on the AOL network. It provides a contact list for friends and also allows users to assign a picture to each content When talking with people on the application, simply flick your finger to switch conversations.

Features for the AIM update offers new SMS notifications to let users know when they receive a new IM, even if the program is not running, and access to contacts in the devices address book directly from AIM.

SHOCKcast is available for free from the App Store, while ICQ and the AIM update have yet to be given release dates.


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