RockMelt: the new social web browser to use cloud computing

RockMelt is a new next gen web browser which allows you to do multiple things at one. Also known as social web browser, RockMelt is built on top of Chromium the open-source project base on Google’s Chrome. It has been launched today and the team behind the RockMelt browser includes Netscape founder Marc Andreessen.

But with a fierce competition of web browser like Internet Explorer 9, FireFox, Chrome, Safari etc. what does RockMelt has to offer? Here are two new things mentioned at the RockMelt blog which they plan to leverage and compete with other browsers:
1.) Social Application Mashup: RockMelt has built-in applications fro chat, twitter, facebook, youtube etc so that you can do everything within a single window.

2.) Use Cloud Computing: RockMelt will leverage cloud computing to store your data. This means that you can store all your data in a central place and access it wherever you go.

Here is a sneak-peak inside RockMelt by one of their team members:

To have your first hand to test or work on RockMelt you would require an invite via Facebook. Visit RockMelt to get one.

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