Windows: We're familiar with Flock as the browser that bakes social networking tools into Firefox. A new beta uses Chrome as the base browser, and as you might expect, it's a lighter, thinner browser, with the same convenient posting and reading tools.
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Windows/Mac/Linux (All platforms): Flock, the social-focused browser built on the Firefox codebase (and now powered by Firefox 3), has released its final 2.0 version. The newest edition includes all the improvements from the 2.0 betas, but adds much-requested integration with MySpace networking, support for the Media RSS protocol on sites that Flock doesn't already hook into, and custom themes that work much like Firefox 3. New to Flock? Check out Jason's screenshot tour for a look at the basic features included in the 2.0 release. Flock is a free download for Windows, Mac, and Linux systems.
Windows/Mac/Linux: The social-focused, Firefox-based web browser Flock has opened up a 2.0 beta for early adopters and helpful testers. The major "feature," at least this early in the development, is that Flock 2.0 incorporates all the memory use, performance, and other features and enhancements from the nearly-here Firefox 3, while keeping all the nifty social networking/Gmail/blogging integration features that Jason outlined in his screenshot tour of Flock 1.2. There's a few small tweaks along the lines of interface and convenience, but the developers promise more new stuff during a long development cycle. Flock 2.0 beta is a free download for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.
All platforms: Based on the open source Firefox code base, social web browser Flock adds heavy integration into popular social and media web sites to your regular web surfing. We haven't mentioned Flock in ages, but the recent 1.2 release is worth another look. Much like Digsby bakes social networking into your instant messenger, Flock offers easy access to your favourite social services built into the browser. Let's take a closer look at what you get with Flock.