Home » Applications, Computer, Internet, Software » What Is AIM

What Is AIM


AIM is an abbreviation for AOL instant messenger. The messenger was launched by AOL back in 1997 and happens to be a public IM network.


Since AIM happens to be an advertisement supported platform, it is going to show a number of different advertisements to its users every once in a while. There is a huge list of benefits and features which are being offered by AIM as of now and while mentioning all of such features may be beyond the scope of this article, a few of the prominent features may include and are not confined to the following:

  • File sharing
  • Buddy list
  • RSS feeds
  • A unique feature that lets you send messages to the users who aren’t currently online in the first place
  • An address book that happens to be universal
  • AIM pages
  • AIM bots
  • Customizable and extremely user friendly interface
  • AIM plugins

It is to be kept in mind that the above mentioned features are only a fraction of what AIM has to offer in reality. It is indispensable to state that the current AIM clients may include the famous AIM 6.8, Pro, Express, Triton, and a whole of bunch of other beta and mobile clients.

Since AIM is available to be downloaded right off the internet for absolutely no cost at all, it may as well be added to the list of benefits that it has to offer. The capability to add several different people to the same chat and make a group may turn out to be an enticing and fascinating feature for people who love to socialize a lot. With the aforementioned benefits at your disposal, there is no point in not giving AOL instant messenger a chance. Rest assured, you are not going to be disappointed.

If you like this article or our site. Please spread the word. Share it with your friends/family.
Email This Post Email This Post Print This Post Print This Post

Comments are closed

References :


About This Post
Posted by on Dec 12th, 2014 and filed under Applications, Computer, Internet, Software. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Both comments and pings are currently closed.