RockMelt Is The Best Web Browser For Socially Active Users
Millions of people around the world spends hours of their time everyday on social networks like Twitter and Facebook, chatting with friends, sharing posts and responding to notifications. Even when at work, most users always tend to stay online to Tweet and update their Facebook status. Some people likes to describe this as an addiction. Luckily it’s not a really bad addiction. So, to fuel that addiction I have a cool new web browser called RockMelt, that can ease up your social experience by letting you stay updated with everything happening in your social account.
RockMelt is a new web browser specially designed for the socially active users, that helps them to stay updated with their Facebook and Twitter accounts or even check emails and watch YouTube videos. It was originally created by Tim Howes and Eric Vishria, while getting support by Netscape founder Marc Andreessen. They say RockMelt is not a browser. It’s a WOWser. Well, I can agree with that.
After installing RockMelt, I had to try several times to log-in with my Facebook account because of an error. But after when I finally managed to log-in, I realized how awesome this web browser really is. It actually makes things so much easier to interact with Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and many others and do lots of cool stuff within the browser without having to log-in to those social networks individually.
Cool stuff you can do with RockMelt -
- Search for pages and friends right from RockMelt search bar
- View notifications, friend requests and messages
- Chat with friends while browsing the web
- Update status, share links easily within the webpage you’re browsing
- Use apps easily with shortcuts on the left sidebar
- Integrated Google search
- Ability to access Gmail, YouTube, Twitter, Tumblr within the browser. ETC..
Having this web browser will definitely help you to easily use Facebook and other social networks very easily. Head over to RockMelt website, download this browser and try it out. It’s totally free. I guarantee that you wont regret it.
Are you already using RockMelt? What do you think about it? Leave a comment and share your thoughts.
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