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AOL: Mail, News, Weather & Video App Goes Universal For iPhone And iPod touch

AOL: Mail, News, Weather & Video has just gone universal with its latest update. The app — which, as its name suggests, provides access to AOL Mail, the latest news, weather forecasts, and top videos — was released late last June for iPad only. It received its first update a month later, thereby gaining an auto-scroll feature and other reading enhancements, but still no universal support. But now, the latest update to the app finally brings that much-requested feature. As a result, it's now compatible with iPhone and iPod touch as well as with iPad. In addition, the update also adds a new "You've Got Mail" sound setting, which you can enable if you want to hear AOL's trademark greeting every time you receive a new e-mail. [caption id="attachment_471038" align="aligncenter" width="480"] AOL: Mail, News, Weather & Video[/caption] With the newly updated AOL: Mail, News, Weather & Video app, you can:
  • Enjoy quick, easy access to AOL Mail from anywhere
  • Discover the latest stories and videos in an engaging news stream format
  • Choose the news categories that matter most to you by customizing your stream
  • Save articles and videos to read, watch and share at your leisure
  • Connect and share via email, Facebook and Twitter
Also including performance enhancements and bug fixes, the new universal version of AOL: Mail, News, Weather & Video is available now in the App Store for free. The app is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 5.0 or later. See also: Circa News 2.0 For iPhone Features iOS 7 Support, Alerts And More, Popular Read-Later App Instapaper Now Supports Background App Refresh, and Umano 3.0 Introduces iOS 7-Inspired Redesign And New Premium Subscription. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]
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