Awhile ago, I reviewed the pre-release version of Flock, a new web browser that focuses on the social aspects of the Web today (think Web 2.0 or whatever terminology floats your boat). I used that version for awhile as an alternate to Mozilla Firefox, but one of its main components, integrated blogging, didn’t work. So, I uninstalled it after I experiencing some minor issues.
The Flock folks got back together and released Flock, the beta vesion. This time, it’s the real deal. Based on Firefox, it adds a bunch of other integration. I set up the following: Flickr, Delicious, and WordPress. So far, all are working perfectly. We’ll see what kind of bugs pop up as I test it further but so far so good.
Give it a try and let me know what you think!
P.S. This post was posted via Flock.