Mozilla Labs Raindrop – Destination For Every Communication & Updates

Mozilla Raindrop We do check our emails regularly but now a days we need to check more that email for being up to date. Social media updates from Twitter, Facebook etc and then latest updates from favorite blogs thru RSS feeds and many more things needs to be checked on regular basis. To do that we need to login to different places to check their updates. That’s why Mozilla Labs is bringing a single destination inbox for every type of communication or updates, named Raindrop.

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Mozilla Labs Raindrop is a customizable platform to get all the communications and updates on single place. One can use Raindrop for Twitter updates, Facebook, RSS Feeds reader, email client, Instant Messaging services etc. This product is still in development phase and currently one can install and test the code by following the procedure available on Mozilla Wiki for Raindrop.

According to Raindrop release note,

 

A central principle behind Raindrop is that messaging should be personal — we want Raindrop to be people-centric both in how we process messages, and in how we can help give people control over their personal data and experiences.

Here are some initial snaps of Raindrop hosted on Flickr by Raindrop tem only,

Raindrop Screenshot

Intro Video of Raindrop

 

Here is the download link for Mozilla Labs Raindrop which is currently not having the download file but will host that downloadable file after the release of its beta code. In the mean time you can browse the installation instruction and link for testing code from this link.

Sanjeev Mishra is a professional blogger and an Internet Marketing Consultant based in India. He has built the Internet Techies to provide you updates in technology and web application area.

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