1. Turn on alerts for breaking news, important emails, and weather updates to help you stay informed and connected.
2. Please note: This app features Nielsen's proprietary measurement software which will allow you to contribute to market research, like Nielsen's TV Ratings.
3. Stay on top of today’s top stories on a variety of topics from politics and finance to celebrity news.
• Read or watch the latest news around politics, US and world news, sports, entertainment, finance, lifestyle, and weather
• Pulled from reliable sites including TechCrunch, HuffPost, Engadget, AOL Finance, and AOL Sports
• Never miss a story with breaking news push notifications
• Share articles and videos via Facebook, Twitter, and email
• Manage your AOL Mail from anywhere
• Access all of your AOL and phone contacts in a single location
• Quickly swipe to delete, move, mark, or flag emails
• Customize the left and right swipe gesture to assign specific actions you use the most
• Tap once to empty all trash and spam
• Enable Touch ID or Face ID for added security
• Check weather in your location with a single tap
• Hourly and daily forecasts
• Customized notifications
• Watch video clips & stream NFL games live on your phone
• Choose from a variety of topics including celebrity news, animals, and top stories
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Please note: This app features Nielsen's proprietary measurement software which will allow you to contribute to market research, like Nielsen's TV Ratings. Please see www.nielsen.com/digitalprivacy for more information. You may also visit Settings in the app to opt-out of Nielsen measurement.
AOL mail update stinks!!!
I have had compuserve mail for many years. Never noticed any differences with the merge into AOL. Loved getting email on my iPhone. Loved the AOL mail app for many reasons. It was fabulous! The last update made it a real P.I.T.A.! Every time I turn around I have to log in again. I spend more time logging in than I do communicating! In the past, I logged on once and it was active till I logged off! I expect to be required to log in on device that is public, and love the auto log out on those devices. But my personal iPhone, with finger print login to use it, I have no problems with others logging into my email. I don’t care a lot about others seeing my email, but I appreciate the auto locking features of public devices, but on a finger print locked device, why make it a mandatory feature? As a plea to AOL, please either go back to what it was, or add an option to let the individual choose! As it is, I am going looking for an app that lets me stayed logged in!
While I was on a train
When the second time had started the score was 0:1 over France. I watched iit on a huge screen of the Marriott Marquis hanging over the Times Square. I went live on my Facebook to share podcast with my friends all over the world; cheering for our team to win. In a second i felt really connected to the world, while reporting, messages started coming into my eyes from everywhere. The Marquis wanted to know what room am i staying in, my friends wanted to show them my surroundings, that’s when my office had called asking when i return ; -“ it’s Friday, you know, everyone wants to go home!” Well, i wished a great weekend to my viewers, wrapped up and dove into the Subway. The 2 train got a reroute at the Chambers and went straight to Cortland. I got off, went straight and up to my office, wished a great weekend to my colleagues came down on the street and right there, standing beneath the great Father of the nation i got this message what i’ve wished for from “America On Line” - “We won!”...
Best email service in the world!
Ive been a loyal AOL customer since its beginning or in ‘95 anyways [not exactly sure what year they started]. In the last 28 years AOL has never crashed on me nor lost any data. Proof of that is in the fact I have over 150,000 emails that I still have access to. I know I'm fully guilty of never clearing stuff out but getting 500+ emails a day it adds up. The thing is too that it is so easy to place mail in different folders that they never screw up either. Ive read in a blog post that AOL is out-dated... so Ill try other email providers and keep coming back to AOL for news and keeping my mail for so long and consistently. I can’t say any other company on the web has a track record that perfect. Compared to yahoo, gmail, outlook, hotmail, etc. AOL is still the easiest, safest, fastest free email provider in the world.