Flock 1.0 released – Get Flocked…

I have blogged about Flock on several occasions in the past – it has been my favoured web browser on all platforms for at least 18 months or so.  In fact I think I heard about the Flock project on the Inside the Net podcast back in December 2005.  

I’ve always loved its cross-platform support, its integration with del.icio.us for shared (and sync’d) bookmarks, its upload to and support for Flickr, its blog editor and more recently its integration with Facebook and Twitter. It really is the swiss-army knife of browsers, but does it all with an ease of use and look n feel that others have not yet reached.  It is possibly a little slower that Safari in day to day use but more than makes up for that in its feature set.

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Well, today Flock 1.0 finally went gold, so if you haven’t yet tried it, give it a go now.  You won’t regret it!

Stuart McIntyre is a Senior Strategist at Fostering Community Limited. He curates a number of product-focused news sites, is a lapsed podcaster, founded the Social Connections user group and regularly speaks at conferences and events. This blog represents his own slightly-eccentric and usually-controversial opinions!