Download Wednesday: Flock

What is Flock?

Flock is a cross platform browser meaning you can install the browser on Windows, Mac, and Linux machines. Flock is build on another favorite of mine from Mozilla called Firefox. Since Flock comes from the Open Source movement you don’t have to pay a dime for it, remember nadda, nothing. A better introduction on what Flock does is here:

When was Flock Build?

Flock was founded in 2005. The flock founders in my opinion, noticed that the internet was changing when social websites started popping up on the net. They have positioned themselves to understand first what was happening, and make a move in a different direction from a browser/surfing perspective.

Why use Flock?

If your into social sites and you want to better surf the web and stay connected Flock. The Flock browser lets you reach across multiple networks, such as Facebook, Twitter, Pownce, Flickr, and others. Flock lets you share things easily such as photo’s Video’s and links. The Flock browser even gives you a build in blog editor to make blogging even easier right from the browser. More about social surfing of the internet with Flock here:


Try out Flock if your really starting to get bogged down by all the social sites out there Flock has a great way of keeping this stuff in a nice group. The experience is enlightening and I think you will see the rewards very quickly. Remember Flock is different so take your time getting to understand Flock, but I assure you once you get the hang of it your in love.

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Comments about your experience and recommendations are appreciated.


One Response to Download Wednesday: Flock

  1. Kim J says:

    I agree with you that Flock is pretty cool. I’m a linux user so it’s nice that it is available for my platform too. However they don’t directly support the 64 bit platform which I use, but with a couple of tweaks the 32 bit linux version works just fine on 64 bit machines. I find it’s array of connectivity options with social media sites nice and I like the interface too. I still don’t use it as my main browser; I guess I’m just used to firefox.

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