I’ve been covering several of the new Lifestreaming features that have been coming to the AIM desktop client and web client and today it appears that AIM Lifestreaming has landed on the iPhone.
Here is what Appadvice had to say
AIM now features all kinds of new ways to interact with your friends and family via Lifestream. When you first launch the app, you will notice the addition of the Lifestream tab at the bottom of the screen. When accessed, it will allow you to set up an account through Safari if you haven’t already. Lifestream is able to pull in updates from other services, such as Twitter, Facebook, and Digg, so you won’t have to jump from app to app to keep in touch. You can also comment on those status updates from the app, view photos, and even filter through the content to find exactly what you are looking for.
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Of note is that there are 2 versions of the AIM app for the iPhone. A free ad supported version which does not yet have Lifestreaming functionality or the $2.99 version without ads that does. No word on when the free one will be adding Lifestreaming.
I found out about this from Steve Rubel who has posted some of his thoughts on the release as well.
2 thoughts on “AOL Brings Lifestreaming to the iPhone with New AIM Release”
It's nice to know that a company which most concidered to be on it's last breath can turn itself around. I never had an AOL account but I still know a few who do.
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