Flock

Version: 3.5.3 || Release Date: 2011-01-01 || License: Freeware Developer: Flock, Inc | App Owner: d_money

The social web browser

Flock is an amazing new web browser that makes it easier to share media and connect to other people online. Share photos, automatically stay up-to-date with new content from your favorite sites, and search the Web with the most advanced Search Toolbar available today.

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20 Opinions

Really good for posting to a Wordpress blog. Works flawlessly and one can switch between code and WYSIWYG interfaces...

I only really use it to upload photos to my photobucket.

I love Flock and it's my default browser, but I'd still like to see some serious updates to areas like theme support and memory leakage.

A very, very cool and... fun browser to use. If you have a blog, it,s a must! You can also improve the speed with the same hacks of Camino and Firefox (about:config).

I could use nothing but flock, but I am an aqua addict and I also find the speed of Gecko consistently dissapointing compared to Webkit or Opera.

I encourage the innovation in this browser, but I find the GUI too disappointing to work with.

I have become a huge fan of flock...it has helped me discover scervices whichi have never used before. Although i obviously knew about flickr, del.icio.us, and wordpress, it was only after playing with flock for a few hours that i became attached to these scervices. My only problem with flock is that i can't figure out how to adjust how often RSS feeds refresh, or even how to force a manual refresh. Other than that, flock has become my number one browser, check it out!

It's a little slow for my liking, otherwise I would use it as my main browser, instead of using it only when I want to upload photos or do flickr stuff.

That being said the flickr integration is really nice and works very very well.

Shows its Firefox roots by not being "Mac enough" for my tastes but what it does provide is excellent. Integration with standard OS X features such as Keychain and Network Preferences, plus iPhoto for uploading of pictures to Flickr, would make this browser almost perfect. As it is the dependencies on base features being provided in Mozilla/Firefox before they become available in Flock holds this browser back but it is still very good.

Flock Rocks!

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