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RockMelt Rocks The Social Web Browsing Scene With New Enhancements

RockMelt Rocks The Social Web Browsing Scene With New Enhancements

December 2, 2012
RockMelt, the social iPad browser that lets you "explore the best of the Web," has just received another major update. Released just last October, RockMelt got its first ever update early last month. Its first ever update also happens to be its first ever major update. That update brought better stability and easier management of people and sources to RockMelt. For its part, RockMelt's second update brings several significant enhancements that make Web browsing easier and more enjoyable. The latest version of RockMelt introduces Facebook Timeline integration. It's totally optional, of course. But if you wish to share your content along with your reactions (LOLs, likes, WTFs, awws, wants, and hmms), you can now do so by allowing RockMelt to publish your activity to Facebook. If you can't see the video embedded above, please click here. As it happens, Facebook and Twitter used to be the only login options in RockMelt. Now, though, logging in via email is already supported in the app. Nevertheless, you can still connect your Facebook and Twitter accounts after you login via email for a more personalized RockMelt experience. The newly updated RockMelt, which houses over 165 video sources, also lets you play videos directly on a tile. It also lets you swipe a tile to the left to hide it or to the right to save it for later. And finally, RockMelt now preserves your previous scroll position when you tap the "R" icon. Want to scroll back to the top? No problem: just tap the "R" again. Compatible with iPad running iOS 6.0 or later, RockMelt is available in the App Store for free. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]

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