What other users say about this:
latca: Are you able to remain connected while using other parts of the phone?
CommodoreZBT: This is really a sign of things to come for the Iphone. If only Apple would embrace it rather than fight it, or even worse, do nothing. the community shall prevail! Theres also a good post about this on AskTheAdmin at http://www.asktheadmin.com/2007/09/aol-instant-messenger-for-iphone-and.html
CLShortFuse: For the rest of us, use JonnyChat. It uses data packets instead of text msgs and runs on J2ME (java). http://www.buildhigh.com/jonnychat/index.php4
I’m sorry if it sounds like spam but it’s the best mobile AIM i’ve seen that uses data rather than SMS
extratwice: “Till the next iPhone update becomes required to connect to the network, and this install bricks your iPhone…”
termer: Why does it only show one line of what I am typing?
risotto: Not so awesome afterall. Does not support .Mac accounts, as far as I can tell!
Kerr: Awesome app, feels just like iChat.
TimmyGUNZ: I just wish Apple would release an official iChat client. I don’t want to go hacking my iPhone only to have updates screw everything up.
getsk3wled: i can still see it.
google’s cache if it goes down.
shiftyroach: who the hell uses AIM?
frostieDude: I couldn’t get it to work. Keeps reporting “unknown error”.
jpe81: this uses the data connection and doesn’t count as sms messages, right?
SirG3: For anyone curious, it uses TOC2.
NiX0n: Why does it need a native app? Doesn’t Meebo work (don’t have an iPhone, sorry)?
mastastealth: How do these whole new apps come out so fast and Pidgin is still without any Video/Voice support? 😛