If you are a heavy Facebook and Twitter user, you might want to hunt for an invite and try the RockMelt web browser. RockMelt works like any other browser with one big difference: it integrates Facebook and Twitter.
In short, one can use the browser to browse web sites AND keep up-to-date with your friends without opening Facebook or Twitter.
When RockMelt is opened it immediately connects to Facebook. Along the sides of the main browser window are two sidebar ribbons with icons; one on the left showing friends, one on the right displaying favorite social sites. In addition to social networking sites, the browser can directly access RSS feeds. When RockMelt is minimized, update notifications persist on the lower right hand side of the monitor.
The browser also has built-in support for Facebook chat so one can initiate a chat session from within the browser. Another handy feature is that all settings, notes, preferences, and bookmarks aer saved online so that can be synced between devices. This means one can log into the RockMelt browser on any computer and everything saved on another computer is available. One can also share web site links directly to Facebook or Twitter by a simple drag and drop.
The browser has the same look and feel as Google Chrome since it is built on the same platform (Apple’s WebKit). This also means that all Google Chrome extensions are available to RockMelt users. The browser is available for Mac and Windows.