User type: Administrator
Date: Nov. 5, 2007, 11:52 a.m.
I've been meaning to post about this great web browser for a while now. Flock is a free web browser, based on the Firefox codebase. They call Flock the “Social Web Browser”. Flock is kind of a “Web 2.0” browser, it integrates many Web 2.0 services directly into the browser.
For example, you can have your bookmarks automatically synchronised with your Del.icio.us account, or upload photos to your Flickr, Photobucket, or Facebook, simply by dragging them onto the photo bar. It has integrated blogging, a web clipboard, RSS reader, and much more.
Flock has been under development for quite some time, and I have watched it's progress throughout this time. Flock 1.0 has recently been released, and it now supports a wide range of Web 2.0 services:
Flickr, Del.icio.us, Ma.gnolia, Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, Myspace, Photobucket, and much more.
Unfortunately it doesn't support integration with Bebo, since Bebo is not Web 2.0 enabled (Yet?). However, that doesn't mean you can't log in and use Bebo the classic way.
Another thing I like about the new Flock, is it has a new integrated homepage, that shows your RSS feeds, latest visited bookmarks, and more.
Why not try it out yourself, get it from www.flock.com