The 'Peanut' gallery on your phone
The Peanut web browser, developed by an Israeli start-up company, seeks to revolutionize the World Wide Web by allowing users to tag friends, add ratings, and write comments on any site whatsoever.
The developers say the browser enriches online dialogue and experiences, adding new social and intellectual aspects. Using the browser creates an additional layer that works on any site.
Registration is done through Facebook, after which users can see the new layer, showing other users' comments. Peanut also allows tagging friends from Facebook, sharing a comment on Facebook, showing the number of likes each comment got on Peanut, receiving notifications about comments by top users, and user ratings for sites.
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