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RockMelt Boosts Facebook, Twitter Integration

The RockMelt Web browser, which is based on the Google Chrome engine, is designed to be a tool for surfing the social Web. With deep integration into Facebook, along with capabilities to work with Twitter, RockMelt makes it possible to have a constant view into your social connections while using websites and Web applications.
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View Later makes it possible for users to easily mark a Web page (using the clock icon in the address bar) to read later. All pages marked for View Later are accessible from a pop-up window and can be deselected by re-clicking the clock icon.

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