Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Should we flock towards a new browser?

I came across a new browser.


It's supposed to be a new browser geared towards social networking. Curious to see as to what it has to offer differently from my current fave Firefox, I downloaded (you can download it here) its 10MB file installer and installed it. In fact I am now writing this post using Flock.

My initial impression..looks promising..

The first feature I used is the "Open Blog Editor" in the tool bar...nice.

I'll test drive it more in a couple of days and post my experience from its use. Meanwhile, here's a quote of what Flock's website say about it:

Flock is built on the Mozilla Firefox open-source browser, so it has all the features you've come to expect in a high-quality web browser, like intuitive buttons and menus, personal customizability, reliable security, enhanced privacy protections, and automated updating. However, Flock is much more than that! The Flock Social Web Browser has been fully integrated with a wide range of social networking websites and popular blogging tools. So with Flock, you can now keep in touch and share text, links, pictures, video and more with friends, family and co-workers across the entire internet with unparalleled speed and seamless ease.

Until then...

Blogged with Flock