This browser aims to keep MySpace users a mouse click away from all of their MySpace needs, but stability issues overshadow its promising features.
MySpace Browser opens up with a browser window that comes equipped with standard navigational buttons, a search bar, and buttons that take you directly to MySpace to log in to your profile. Both the Flash Stopper and Unblocker buttons worked well during testing; however, the Link Preview option, which is supposed to let you hover your mouse over a link to preview it, froze our computer and rendered it unresponsive. A bar on the left of the browser window features a tabbed menu that lets you add friends and pictures, and offers tools for editing your profile. But again, our computer froze as we tried to click on each of the tabs.
It's a shame, because there are some great features for keeping you up-to-date with your MySpace profile and friends. This faulty browser has potential, but needs some work before we can recommend it.