AIM for Windows Mobile comes out of beta

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With a notable chunk of the mobile market being made up of IM-addicted hooligans, a solid AIM application is pretty much an absolute must for any platform. It’s somewhere that Windows Mobile has been lagging behind for years – while there are plenty of AIM offerings for the devices, the vast majority look and run like they were designed for Windows 3.1x rather than any modern UI.

Realizing this, AIM has spent the last few months cranking away at their new official WinMo offering and is finally ready to remove the “beta” subtitle. The download is pretty big, according to MobileBurn, the application itself gobbles up the bandwidth. After you’ve checked to make sure you’re not paying by the kilobyte, grab the new client by pointing your handset at http://wap.aol.com/

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