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Flock 2.0 beta is ready for test July 22, 2008

Posted by tomography in web 2.0.
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FlockIcon.pngIt seems as if I wrote on Flock 0.9.1 ages ago, and yet it was February of this year! I have been a loyal Flock fan ever since; I even write my blog posts with Flock. What is Flock? Flock is the Web 2.0 browser, period! Since Flock is based on Mozilla technology, it was evident when Firefox 3.0 came out, that Flock 2.0 had to follow is a short while. And now Flock 2.0 beta is available for download on Flock’s official website. It promises improved security measures, enhanced performance, and robust favorites and history handling with the same old Flock features you came to like such as built in photo stream, RSS, drag-and-drop photo save and upload, blog, Facebook, Twitter, email, etc. This is a definite must have! Did I say it was free? 🙂

– Andras

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