The share menu also allows you to comment on stories, send them to email, SMS, or iMessage contacts, or post them to your Facebook or Twitter feeds. You can also quickly tag items with notes like LOL, wtf?, and want.
It’s a solid first effort, but there are still a few kinks to work out. For example, not all the stories display properly when you tap their snapshots. Sometimes the reading pane appears with nothing more than a blank area followed by the name of the blog and title of the article — but that’s a common niggle with Safari Reader-style displays within apps. On the whole, however, RockMelt is a solid social news reader for the iPad and well worth taking for a test drive.
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