AOL Toolbar

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AOL Toolbar
Developer(s) AOL Inc
Stable release 5 / May 19, 2007; 7 years ago (2007-05-19)
Operating system Windows, Mac OS X
Type Toolbar
License Freeware
Website http://toolbar.aol.com/

The AOL Toolbar is a browser toolbar for Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Flock. It has a few default buttons like Mail, Weather, and Radio, and also allows the user to add additional buttons - from the Button Gallery or by dragging and dropping a website's favicon.

It allows the user to search, view widgets from many sites, read RSS feeds, and displays a count of the number of pages visited. via a small odometer-style indicator.

The AOL Toolbar is one of a range made by AOL, which include toolbars branded with their other properties, such as AIM, MapQuest, AOL Radio, and Winamp.

System requirements[edit]

  • Mac users
    • Firefox 1.5 or higher

Note: Opera is currently not supported since Opera does not support any Toolbars

Similar Toolbars[edit]

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