RockMelt social browser debuts an iPad app
RockMelt has redesigned its social browser to optimize it for the iPad.
It's been awhile since RockMelt has made the news, but that doesn't mean its stopped working on new items and features. It also launched an iPhone app earlier this year, according to Engadget.
For those who don't know about RockMelt, it's a browser that launched in 2010 and remains in beta. It was created by Tim Howes and Eric Vishria and one of its backers is the king of venture capital Marc Andreessen who co-founded Netscape.
The iPad app lets users tailor their newsfeed and add specific RSS feeds. Supposedly the browser will get to know users likes and dislikes over time and complement this selection process. People can also add comments such as "like,""want,""aww," and "lol" to news stories, photos, and other media.
According to Engadget, RockMelt is also working on more versions of its browser for other platforms.