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Flock is a web browser built on the Mozilla Firefox open source browser. It specializes in providing social networking and Web 2.0 facilities built into its user interface.

With Flock you can keep in touch and share text, links, pictures, video and more with friends, family and co-workers across the entire internet with unparalleled speed and seamless ease.

It delivers a more personal experience of the web, where its users are in control and more connected to what's important to them. By automatically managing updates and media from popular social services such as MySpace, Facebook, Bebo, Twitter, Digg, Flickr, AOL Webmail, Yahoo! Mail, Gmail, and YouTube, Flock makes sharing with friends and services drag-and-drop easier.

 Flock 2.5.2

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Features include:

  • Activate Services and Unite Your Social Networks in the People Sidebar
    • Activate Accounts and Services in Flock to Bring Your Contacts Together
    • Monitor Contacts and Perform Actions Using the People Sidebar
    • Facebook Chat
  • "Media Bar" showing preview of online videos and photos as well as subscription to photo and video feeds
    • View Media in the Media Bar
    • Search for Media Using the Media Bar
    • Find and Favorite Media Streams
    • View Media in Your Own Online Account
    • Drag and Drop from the Media Bar
    • Post, Email and Share from the Media Bar
  • Share Pictures, Text, Audio and Video
    • Email Links with One Click
    • Set Up Your Online Photo Account in Flock
    • Edit and Upload Pictures Using the Photo Uploader
    • Drag and Drop Share - Practically Anything!
    • Use the Web Clipboard for Instant Saving and Sharing
  • Broadcast activities (status, blogs, pictures) with FlockCast
  • Feeds: Find, View, Subscribe, Manage; Work with articles, Use the Diggman
  • Supported social networks: Facebook, Flickr, YouTube, and Twitter
  • Supported photo services: Photobucket, Flickr, Facebook, Piczo and Picasa
  • Supported blog services: Blogger, Blogsome, LiveJournal, Typepad, Wordpress and Xanga
  • Supported media sites: Facebook, Flickr, Photobucket, Picasa, Truveo and YouTube
  • Track updates from friends: profiles, uploaded photos, and more
  • Twitter Search functionality
  • Multi-casting of status updates to multiple services
  • Instant messaging via Facebook Chat in the browser
  • native sharing of text, links, photos and videos
  • "Media Bar" showing preview of online videos and photos as well as subscription to photo and video feeds
  • Feed reader supporting Atom, RSS and Media RSS feeds
  • Blog editor and reader, allowing direct posting into any designated blog
  • Webkit-mail component allowing users to check supported web-based email off site, compose new messages, and drag-and-drop pictures and videos from the "Media Bar" or webclipboard into a new email message
  • Support for third-party add-ons, including a number of Firefox extensions

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