Flock closes its doors after its purchase by Zynga

Flock closes its doors after its purchase by Zynga

A stage that is closing in the world of web browsers. Flock, the web browser on steroids designed for the social web, announces its closure for April 26 of this year. From their website, they recommend users migrate to the Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox browsers, because they do constantly keep important updates, something that Flock will not be able to offer to its current users, in addition to the numerous add-ons and extensions. they can make use of. Recall that Flock was recently acquired by Zynga, although in reality Zynga went for the professionals who were behind the Flock project, not for the technology as such, because as we already know Flockr was originally based on Mozilla Firefox, changing to Google Chrome in 2010. Now the only option in RockMelt, although users will always be able to personalize their experience with regard to the social web through extensions and add-ons according to their needs, since in practice, these browsers have not had enough support from the users, in addition to the change of landscape that we are constantly experiencing by each of the actors of the social web. By the way, from the FAQ there is a section where they indicate how to export the favorites and feeds of the Flock profile to be incorporated into the new browser that the user decides to use. Goes: TheNextWeb