Flock 2.0: Fatty social web browser just got fatter

The folks behind Flock, the social web browser, have released Flock 2.0, much to the excitement of social networkers/bookmarkers especially those who are fond of buying, selling or exchanging social networking/bookmarking favors with friends and strangers (they’re a bunch of wimps).

Flock 2 is quite impressive, check out its new features down below:
  • Built on the latest Firefox 3 engine
  • Added MySpace along with other 23 other popular social bookmarking and networking sites
  • RSS subscriptions made simple via Media RSS
  • Have a few custom-made themes

Flock has been around for quite some time but I never did bother to give it a try but I can see that a lot of geeks seem to like it. I will install Flock 2.0 later and see what the hype is all about but that doesn’t mean that I would abandon simplified browsers in the likes of Firefox and Chrome. I don’t need a fatty, overly-equipped and social-driven browser such as Flock.

Do you need one?

Recommended Reading Link:
Who’s Afraid of Chrome? Flock 2 Released With Even More Bells And Whistles
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