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I been trying flock out. I have to say that I like it. It is just like firefox, in the difference that it is set up for social sites - And when I say social, I mean practically all of them ranging from facebook to yahoo! mail.

It is the same basic structure as Firefox with the ability to use all firefox extensions with it, and the firefox plugins with it. You can go to the firefox extensions site and install them from there. Just install them like you would firefox.

You can also use it as a feed reader. And one of my favorite things about it is that you can set a password for it to where it won't open unless the right one is in. So your privacy and security is good in the reasons of letting it save your passwords for the various sites you get on.

Flock is a web browser built on Mozilla’s Firefox codebase that specializes in providing social networking and Web 2.0 facilities built into its user interface. [1] Flock v2 was released on October 14, 2008.[2]
The Flock browser is available as a free download, and supports Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux platforms.


Flock 2.0 integrates social networking and media services including MySpace,[2] Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Flickr, Blogger, Gmail, Yahoo Mail, etc.[3] Notably, when logging into any of the supported social services, Flock can track updates from friends: profiles, uploaded photos, and more.
Other features include:

  • native sharing of text, links, photos and videos;[4]
  • a "Media Bar" showing preview of online videos and photos as well as subscription to photo and video feeds;[5]
  • a feed reader supporting Atom, RSS and Media RSS[2] feeds;[6]
  • a blog editor and reader, allowing direct posting into any designated blog;[7]
  • a web-mail component allowing users to check supported web-based email off site, compose new messages, and drag-and-drop pictures and videos from the "Media Bar" or webclipboard into a new email message;[8]
  • support for third-party add-ons, including a number of Firefox extensions.[9]
To find out more, go to the flock website: http://www.flock.com/

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