RockMelt, the web browser with deeply integrated social networking functions that was recently entered public beta last month will be making its way to an iOS device near you in the future. RockMelt has revealed that the RockMelt browser is waiting for approval from Apple and should be available on the App Store by the end of the week.
RockMelt for iOS will bring most of the aspects of the desktop experience over to the mobile operating system. One of its key features will be the syncing between mobile devices and the desktop – once you login to the app, all your favorites, Facebook and Twitter feeds and even your settings will be applied to the RockMelt app on your phone or tablet. The usual RockMelt features are all there – quick and easy sharing to your friends on Facebook and Twitter, but some features such as tabbed browsing and private browsing are missing from the web browser.
Expect those features to be added in future revisions of RockMelt, but for now, stay tuned for an official announcement about its released once it gets approved by Apple. How many of you use RockMelt on your desktop computers?
Updated 12.54PM: The RockMelt browser is now available for download on the App Store.RELATED
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