Do any of you use Rockmelt?

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  1. GODFATHA

    GODFATHA Registered Member

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    Its basically a browser but they call it a "wowser". I use it and it has come in handy for me. What are your thoughts on it my internet friends?



    http://www.rockmelt.com/
     
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    My thought: Is it a browser or a desktop Facebook client? . lol j/k
     
  3. GODFATHA

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    I use it for Twitter. Facebook is second hand when it comes to online "chatting". The best way to chat and socialize is either by Skype, Oovoo, Ustream or Yahoo messenger video chat imo.
     
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    I think that it is the only browser that I have never tried.
     
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    With a front page like that I'm not even inclined to enable scripts let alone download it.
     
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    ... fights pathological need to download another WebKit-based browser ... must not download ... contemplates ripping off mouse finger ... must stop ...
     
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    Hahaha just think happy thoughts about Maxthon ;)
     
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    Yeah, I'm going to fight the impulse to compare it to Rockmelt. I bet Rockmelt has a bloody good spellchecker though ...
     
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    6:1 on him trying it.
     
  10. yikes, I totally agree with your view on this.
     
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    I think my deep aversion to Farcebook & Twatter will be enough to protect me from downloading it. After all, I remember Flock (both Gecko & WebKit versions). All I will say about Flock is that it was a five letter word starting with 'F' & ending with 'ck'! ;)

    ... & its spellchecker was rubbish!
     
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