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Flock 2.0, MySpace Users Now Instantly Share Their Relationships and Content


Flock allows its users to easily discover and share information and communications from applications such as Twitter, Digg, Gmail, YouTube – and now for the first time, MySpace. Flock 2.0 does this by automatically delivering people, content, activities, and media that are relevant to its users, directly via the browser.

Flock 2.0 is the new version Flock social web browser. Flock 2.0 incorporates the latest Firefox 3.0 enhancements around performance, security, and privacy. Flock 2.0’s integration with the MySpace Data Availability platform, which empowers users to take their social experiences across the web into other social networking, media sharing, web mail, news, and blog sites.

“The MySpace integration in Flock is a great example of an application that helps users stay connected with their life on MySpace and easily share content with their friends throughout the Web,” said Max Engel, product lead for the MySpace Data Availability Platform.

As the number of social media, webmail, feeds and blogs that any one person uses increases, so has the level of social application fatigue and information overload. The desire to receive up-to-the-minute information combined with the growing number of ‘always open’ applications has driven the design of Flock 2.0.

Flock 2.0 is the first browser to allow 400 million social application users to automatically receive image and video feeds. Flock is available in 18 languages, approximately 50% of Flock’s users are outside of the U.S. Flock is free to download.

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