A newer version of The social browser Flock2.5 has been launched. Now it has twitter and facebook integration into it that lets you connect with the world much more efficiently.
Flock is a Mozilla product and was made to help people socialize. Flock has pre-installed elements that help you manage easily your social profiles such as facebook, myspace, youtube etc.
This is what the flock team says-
“Flock is a browser. The people here at Flock are committed to building a browser unlike anything you’ve ever experienced before; because we start by focusing on user needs. We take pride in solving for common behaviors on the. Web that seem clunky today, and will seem ridiculous tomorrow. We’re taking you there.”
The new version adds support for Twitter and provides persistent access to Facebook Chat from any Web page. It even has a Twitter search widget on its home page. It has hooks into other services as well–all told, more than 20, including more social networks (Bebo, MySpace, etc.), media sharing services like Picasa and YouTube, blogging platforms, bookmark organizers, and so on. Some services are better integrated than others. The new Twitter sidebar is very slick, for example, but although the “accounts and services” sidebar has a Gmail option, all it does is log your browser into the e-mail system and load up the Web page.
You can download flock from here-