In just a few weeks, the more than 60 applications upgraded for timeline have managed to increase their new user signups by as much as fivefold.
Fresh off an update earlier this month, Facebook-centric Web browser RockMelt updated its finances, as well, receiving $30 million in venture capital.
While Facebook may not have an official browser, RockMelt is rapidly becoming what one would imagine a Facebook browser to look like.
When I first tried out RockMelt earlier this year, I wasn’t able to use the browser because it actually kept crashing for me. In essence it was completely useless. While not completely useless this time around, it definitely needs some significant work, including the iPhone version that just came out.
I think the latest incarnation of the social browser could use improvement.
RockMelt is a new internet browser which makes the web more social, complete with full Facebook integration.