AOL at CTIA in San Francisco launched a collection of mobile ser-vices designed to create rich mobile experiences that take customiza-tion, ease of use and experience sharing to a new level, the company said. These products leverage many of AOL’s assets.
New offerings announced include AOL.com WAP Portal, AOL Mobile Search, AOL Mail, myAOL, and AOL Shopping Mobile, as well information services including Moviefone, AOL CityGuide and MapQuest.
The company also expanded its content in the areas of shopping, music, news and entertainment.
In addition, AOL is expanding AIM functionality for mobile devices with a new text message-based AIM short code service and a new GPS-enabled widget called AIM Buddy Finder. New enhancements to Winamp Remote offer more ways for users to enjoy and share their media and playlists on their cell phones.
We’ve listened to our users and are giving them more ways to tailor the AOL mobile experience just for them, said Scott Falconer, executive vice president of AOL Mobile. These new products reflect our commitment to being the mobile leader in offering users more engaging, easier to use, customized mobile experiences on their most personal of devices, their cell phones.