Communications and Messaging Software IM Clients AOL Instant Messenger for Linux

AOL Instant Messenger for Linux 1.5.286 for Linux

by AOL LLC

Avg. Rating 2.8 (13 votes)

File Details

File Size 1.1 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Linux
Date Added
Total Downloads 4,705
Publisher AOL LLC
Homepage AOL Instant Messenger
Other Versions

Publisher's Description

AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) should be used because e-mail just isn't fast enough sometimes. This convenient, add-on to your system lets you communicate one-on-one or in a group with family, friends, and business associates who also use it. Finding people online can be easy too. Use the Member Directory to locate friends by name or by e-mail address.

Latest Reviews

Richardky

Richardky reviewed v1.5.286 on Mar 28, 2008

take a look at the windows and mac version looks and features before rating people ..

what a joke ..

this is not even worth using ... stop settling and start complaining ... its time we use up to date software same as everyone else ... the end

pafinator11

pafinator11 reviewed v1.5.234 on Sep 12, 2005

What a terrible remake of AIM! It has barely any of the features as the windows versio and looks just plain ugly. Nice that aol is recognising linux but this is a terrible program. I hope that they make triton available for linux.

japerry007

japerry007 reviewed v1.1.68 Beta on Sep 26, 2000

I'm glad that AOL is finally recognizing Linux as an os, and releasing software for it accordingly.
Athough I think that GAIM, is just as good. But both are free, so who cares?

Jake

mrp-

mrp- reviewed v1.1.68 Beta on Sep 26, 2000

In reply to adnans: Where exactly does it lock up? If as soon as you start it you do not see any dialogs, then I've had this problem also, try switching between some tasks using ALT+TAB then go back to the setup, that should make the dialogs appear. If it is something else, send me an email at mosbugs@elitemrp.net . Thanks

adnans

adnans reviewed v1.1.68 Beta on Sep 26, 2000

Hmmm, the installer is locking up on me, can't use it :(
But I remember using the previous version of the program, and its fun!

dso47

dso47 reviewed v1.1.68 Beta on Sep 26, 2000

Strange, but cool! Well done!

Avg. Rating 2.8 (13 votes)
Your Rating
Richardky

Richardky reviewed v1.5.286 on Mar 28, 2008

take a look at the windows and mac version looks and features before rating people ..

what a joke ..

this is not even worth using ... stop settling and start complaining ... its time we use up to date software same as everyone else ... the end

pafinator11

pafinator11 reviewed v1.5.234 on Sep 12, 2005

What a terrible remake of AIM! It has barely any of the features as the windows versio and looks just plain ugly. Nice that aol is recognising linux but this is a terrible program. I hope that they make triton available for linux.

japerry007

japerry007 reviewed v1.1.68 Beta on Sep 26, 2000

I'm glad that AOL is finally recognizing Linux as an os, and releasing software for it accordingly.
Athough I think that GAIM, is just as good. But both are free, so who cares?

Jake

mrp-

mrp- reviewed v1.1.68 Beta on Sep 26, 2000

In reply to adnans: Where exactly does it lock up? If as soon as you start it you do not see any dialogs, then I've had this problem also, try switching between some tasks using ALT+TAB then go back to the setup, that should make the dialogs appear. If it is something else, send me an email at mosbugs@elitemrp.net . Thanks

adnans

adnans reviewed v1.1.68 Beta on Sep 26, 2000

Hmmm, the installer is locking up on me, can't use it :(
But I remember using the previous version of the program, and its fun!

dso47

dso47 reviewed v1.1.68 Beta on Sep 26, 2000

Strange, but cool! Well done!

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