The browser, Flock aged just five years will cease to exist next April 26. From that date it will no longer be supported or maintained by the company Zynga (Farmville), which acquired Flock – and the skill of its creators in particular – in January.

The browser, Flock aged just five years will cease to exist next April 26. From that date it will no longer be supported or maintained by the company Zynga (Farmville), which acquired Flock - and the skill of its creators in particular - in January

Customers may continue to use non-supported versions of the social browser, but the message published on the official invites downright users to migrate to Firefox or Chrome.

Usergroups Flock reports that “broke new ground by offering Internet to link their Facebook account, MySpace or YouTube to their browser and investors will have invested more than $ 15 million.”

But it was not counting on draft Zynga …


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