Flock Browser Use Growing Dramatically

Mon Mar 10, 2008 9:00am EDT

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Launch of 1.1 Version Extends Browser's Rapid Lead in Innovation
REDWOOD CITY, Calif.--(Business Wire)--
Flock, the innovative social web browser, announced today that
adoption of the Flock browser has grown dramatically since the
introduction of Flock 1.0, and has continued to accelerate in 2008.
Flock has seen nearly 3 million downloads of its social web browser,
with more than 70 percent of Flock users making it their default
browser of choice.

   In the first two months of 2008, active users have increased by
135 percent. In February alone Flock has seen three times as many
downloads per day as compared to January of this year.

   "The broad majority of our growth has been generated by way of
recommendation," said Shawn Hardin, CEO of Flock. "Our users tell us
that Flock is a whole new way to experience the web, and they find it
addictive."

   Today Flock also announced the full release of Flock 1.1,
available as a free software download for Mac, PC and Linux at
http://www.flock.com. New features in this latest version of the Flock
browser include:

   --  Friend Activity -- Flock helps you stay in touch with your
        favorite people across Flock's supported social services. Now
        Flock lets users know when their friends have changed their
        profile or online status, uploaded new photos or even if they
        have just Twittered or posted something new.

   --  Web mail Integration -- Flock has integrated Gmail and Yahoo
        Mail to let users quickly and easily share web pages, videos,
        images and articles with a simple click-to-compose function
        within the browser. When new emails arrive, the Flock Mail
        icon lights up to let Flock users know that new messages are
        waiting for them.

   --  Picasa Integration -- Users can quickly and easily upload up
        to 1,000 photos to Picasa using the Flock photo uploader.
        Flock users will now be able to share their Picasa photos via
        web mail or by simply dragging and dropping them into the
        Flock People Sidebar. In addition, Flock support of YouTube,
        Photobucket, Facebook, Flickr, Truveo, and Piczo was announced
        in Flock's 1.0 release.

   Flock is now available for free download at http://www.flock.com.

   About Flock

   Flock - The Social Web Browser - is built on Mozilla's constantly
improving Firefox architecture (http://www.flock.com/mozilla). It is
free to download and use at http://www.flock.com. Flock simplifies and
extends the use of social and web-based applications to enable the
richest user experience possible across information-gathering,
sharing, communication, self-expression and interaction. Flock
delivers a more personal experience of the web, where its users are in
control and more connected to what they value. Flock was founded in
2005. The company is based in Redwood City, CA, with an office in
Victoria, British Columbia.

Atomic PR
James Hannon, 415-402-0230
james@atomicpr.com

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