“According to testers for America Online, the company is moving forward with improving its client software for Mac OS X. The upgrade is called “AOL for Mac OS X Plus,” and build 200 B is available under the beta section at AOL. This past summer, America Online publicly released AOL for OS X.” Read more at ThinkSecret.
AOL Testing New “Plus” Version for OS X
2003-02-16 Internet 6 Comments
does it take advantage of Jaguar’s system wide address book and other systems?
They’re probably also preparing for the final Safari release.
My mom uses AOL 8 on OS X. She uses it mainly for email. She will definitely like the new features.
I always find it amazing that people willingly sign up for spyware.
Does this take its inspiration from Delta Burke’s “Plus” collection?
The current version of AOL for OSX works pretty well as is. I don’t 8.0 for Windows much at all, what with all the annoying crap that it adds. What gets me is why they haven’t produced a Linux client yet. Watching the install, it installs things like, oh, pppd. If all the back-end stuff is complete, how much would with the gui stuff take?