Browsing the web is a meaningless task for a lot of people; generally people don’t care what they browse the internet with. However, as browsers are developing into highly interactive pieces of software, users are beginning to grasp the many different variations such as Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.
As the web becomes more social, so does our need to interact with websites more socially and keep up with our favourite social networks. This is what RockMelt does; it allows you to browse the web – socially.
In fact RockMelt’s core is designed to browse the web as it is based on the Google Chrome open-source project known as Chromium. The interface is pretty much the same as Chrome with two noticeable differences – a friend bar on the left and a feed/stream bar on the right.
The bar on the left allows you to view and chat to your Facebook friends while the bar on the right allows you to add your Facebook/ Twitter streams and any other RSS feeds you like to keep up to date with.
RockMelt allows you to browse the web, keep up to date and communicate on various social networks; it’s your complete browsing experience.