Flock vs. Rockmelt – It’s a new age for Social Browser?

Flock & Rockmelt

Flock & Rockmelt

**Vietnamese: trong bai viet nay, toi gioi thieu van tat ve 2 trinh duyet web co tich hop tinh nang mang xa hoi hien nay.**

They are two so-called brand new browsers which change the user-experience toward social-perspective. I have prepared some materials to present about them, but it seems I can’t for now, so just experience it yourselves. Maybe that will be even better!

Flock:

Flock was first released in 2005, based on Mozilla engine (like Firefox). Then it’s ported to chromium platform. Flock support several social platform, include Facebook, Twitters… You must register a Flock account to use its social features.

Experience: Very simple and user-friendly. I am surprised when I use it the first time. Nice concept & good design, in short.

Flock browser

Flock browser

Rockmelt:

In 2010, Rockmelt was born on Chromium platform. Later than 5 years, but it has a better interface compared to Flock(color combination & notification system are much better). When first saw it, I must says “wow”. The bad side is that it requires you have a facebook account to start, and you must give Rockmelt nearly full control of that account. And the long time it took to start may count, too.

Rockmelt browser

Here’s a short comparison list of these two browsers (maybe a bit out-dated).

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