What the Flock?!

Posted January 25th, 2006 by Mike Cherim

There’s a new web browser in town. Namely, the developer version of Flock Browser is now available for download. So far I like it because my pages render well in it without breakage. At least that’s telling me the bowser is off to a good start. It’s supposed to be a “social” browser to faciliate sharing and community.

The following is from the Flock home page:

Flock is a free, open source web browser.

[…] that it should be easy for everyone to contribute to and participate on the web. To that end, we’ve started with integrating tools that make it easier to blog, publish your photos and share and discover things that are interesting to you. Flock crew


4 Responses to: “What the Flock?!”

  1. Neal V. responds:
    Posted: January 25th, 2006 at 10:41 pm

    You’re right that pages will look the same - Flock is built off of Firefox 1.0. I’m not particularly fond of it, but I have nothing against it. This is a good thing, browser competition is very good for the market. Plus, it’s built off of the very nice Gecko rendering engine, so it furthers standards. How far it actually goes, I don’t know, it’s not even 1.0 yet. The more standards compliant browsers, the better off the web will be.

  2. Fabian responds:
    Posted: February 4th, 2006 at 1:50 am

    hmmm another browser what for?

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