I don’t know what people usually use as browsers, but I use Flock, and I really am happy with it. Flock is developed by Mozilla, just like Firefox, but the main difference is that it’s a social web browser.
Here is Flock’s company info:
“People use the Web today in extremely different ways than they did a decade ago. However, web browsers – the application at the center of all that we do online – has not kept pace with these changes in online behavior.
Flock was founded on the vision that the web browser can and should enable the richest user experience possible across information-gathering, sharing, communication, self-expression and interaction.
Every individual has their own unique preference for favorite sites, utilities, media and friends. Flock’s philosophy is to deliver a more personal experience of the web, where its users are in control and more connected to what they value. Flock is committed to working with our vibrant community and best of breed partners to allow users to be everywhere they care about, from one single place.
Flock’s vision reaches far beyond the currently available version of our browser. As the Web continues to evolve, Flock believes that an important opportunity exists to push the boundaries of browser innovation. We will continue to be champions of open-standards, and strive to continually deliver unique, innovative and meaningful user experiences made possible only from within the browser.
Flock was founded in 2005. The company is based in Redwood City, CA, and has an office in Victoria, British Columbia. The company is funded by Bessemer Venture Partner, Shasta Ventures, Catamount Ventures, Fidelity Ventures and prominent angel investors. Flock is made up of a passionate team of industry-leading innovators, including world-class developers with expertise in browser development.
Flock is an open source company that innovates on the superior, constantly-improving Mozilla architecture to provide a fast, safe and competitive browsing experience.”
I also like the logo of Flock.
Flock Logo. Click the image to see the guidelines for the logo.
Here is the icon of Flock
Here is the Flock star, that is used to "favorite" pages.