AOL brings official app to Google Play

AOL brings official app to Google Play

America Online (AOL) has released an official app for Android today, bringing the customized news and interests portal to your favorite mobile platform. Key features include a tablet-friendly layout for AOL Mail, the ability to prioritize your news stream, sharing stories and videos, and saving for reading later. Like most good apps of this kind, the more you use it, the smarter it gets. Over time you’ll improve your experience with catered, relevant news.

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