I just downloaded Flock 1.1 beta, the next in the Flock series! It’s just as smooth as Flock 1.0.8(?) and even better. They’ve added picassa, twitter, piczo and webmail accounts (Gmail and Yahoo). Check out the release notes. Download it here.
It also has all the “regular” tools you expect from Flock. List:
- Self-hosted blog
It’s a nice browser that allows you to integrate services. With the prevalence of broadband internet, these services are becoming more used.
Oh, another good thing about Flock is that it can use Firefox extensions. Grab what extension you want from Mozilla addons and restart the browser. Easy as that! Right now, I have Adblock, Flashblock, Another Delicious Sidebar and PDF Download. You don’t need too much more.
Flock is fast, easy to use, built on Mozilla technology (so you know that it’s open-source), extensible, and available on Linux, Mac and Windows. What more could you want?
How many of you use Flock? How many are interested in trying it?
Get it, try it, and post your responses.
Oh, this is BETA software, just so you know… It’s not ready for people to use as a main browser (even though I do). If you’re looking for something that’s stable, go with the newest version of 1.0.
Blogged with the Flock Browser