"But distributing a desktop browser is hard and expensive (especially if you don’t have an operating system or the world’s most trafficked website to promote it). We knew that when we started. What we didn’t know was how much time we’d spend keeping up with Chromium (the open source foundation of Chrome, upon which Rockmelt is based). What started out as 10% of our time soon became 50%–taking away cycles we needed to spend doing the innovative stuff that made us different.Rockmelt Blog | An Update on the Existing Rockmelt Browser
On the positive side, when we dug into what people loved about Rockmelt, we saw an opportunity to deliver the content from people’s favorite sites and friends in a much more compelling, streamlined way."
Friday, April 12, 2013
Rockmelt Blog | An Update on the Existing Rockmelt Browser
Rockmelt reincarnation? For the existing Rockmelt browser, "update" means imminent nonexistence
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