Flock 0.9

Flock - (Freeware)

Flock is a social networks and blogging oriented web browser that offers direct access to social networking sites.

Flock is a free web browser based on Mozilla Firefox engine which offers a comfortable speed. It has several features of social networking and data sharing. This software also has a visual interface that makes navigation more enjoyable.

It has been designed for users using intensely social networks. Flock has a side panel to have direct access to various social networking sites like Facebook, Myspace, Twitter, Digg, Flickr, Yahoo! Mail, Gmail, YouTube, etc.

Users will be able to exchange data with the web too. Drag / drop is enough to post bookmarks, photos or videos.

Flock 0.9
File Size:
10.4 MB
Windows 2000 / XP / Vista / Windows7 / XP64 / Vista64 / Windows7 64 / Windows8 / Windows8 64
Date Added:
03 Jul 2007
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My World
Introducing "My World". Now everything you care about on the web is just one click away: your favorite sites, your feeds, and your favorite Media streams.

The Flock theme has been updated to enhance discoverability and notification while staying true to the original clean and simple look and feel.

Accounts & Services
Setting up accounts and services has moved from a series of dialog boxes to a sidebar making it much easier to configure accounts. We've also added discovery logic -- just log in to any supported service as you normally would, and Flock will offer to activate its advanced supporting features.

Photos & Videos
The Media Minibar, formerly known as the photo bar, now provides fast access to view both photos and videos on Flickr, Photobucket, Youtube, and AOLs Truveo. New controls and hover states have been added to enhance the media bar experience including a large photo display on mouse over and an easier UI for sharing, copying and viewing (check out the new Mini View viewer for watching videos!). Also, more controls have also been added to the uploader including the ability to act on a "batch" of photos.

Ma.gnolia has been added as a favorites sharing service and Shadows has been dropped. Flock has also moved from an auto-sync'ing model to a publishing model, making it flexible and easier to implement other services. We brought back the folders too.

The blog editor has continued to evolve with several usability improvements including integrating the Web Clipboard into the editor itself. Several more blogging services have been added as well including LiveJournal, Xanga, Blogger and Blogsome.

Speed, reliability and better integration.


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