updated 10:10 am EDT, Wed October 15, 2008
Flock 2.0 browser released
The developers of Flock have announced v2.0 of the browser, which is launching today across multiple platforms. Flock is oriented towards social networking sites, and thus has built-in functions for sites such as Digg, Flickr and Twitter. The second edition adds support for MySpace through the MySpace Data Availability platform, which lets users track contacts via the People Sidebar, and browse or share photos, links and videos.
Flock now additionally incorporates a Media RSS feature, which allows people to subscribe to photo and video feeds alongside regular HTML ones. Internally the browser has been enhanced with code from Firefox 3, from which it borrows its underlying engine. This is said to improve aspects like security and performance. Flock for the Mac is a free 22.8MB download.