Flock release a preview of version 0.9 today. It has some really cool features. It added an IE7-style “new tab” icon to the right of existing tabs (which I really missed in the older version of Flock). The integration with common Social Networking Services (Flickr, PhotoBucket, YouTube, Del.icio.us), etc is very well done.
I just installed in a few minutes ago, so it’ll take some time to figure everything out – but my initial impression is that I love the new look – and the new features I have tested so far.
One big downside for me though – just yesterday I blogged about my favorite Firefox/Flock extension – Stylish. But it doesn’t work with this version of Flock (yet). I’ll deal with that for a few days. I’ll miss it – a lot. But I’ll do without it to dig deeper into the new Flock.
Again – this is a preview of the next beta – I don’t recommend that everyone download it. Unless you are used to running Alpha-quality software.
But I am enjoying it so far 🙂
Thank You for taking the time to test drive Flock 0.9! What you should know before installing the Flock 0.9 Release Candidate