Project Pogo ? More like "why the heck?" This is the new browser from AT&T, and I can’t figure out what’s going on here. Perhaps just maybe I’m that dense. (I’ll take it, if you can throw it.) Why, I say, do we need another web browser? Especially one that is so closely tied to that of FireFox ? I’ve been using the product for over a week now (at home and in the office,) and I haven’t been able to see a reason to switch from my already favorite browser to this new beast.
I will say that it leaves a much smaller footprint on my machines, but I’m going to have to attribute that to Pogo’s lack of support for the many addons I have installed with FireFox. I need these plugins. (Wait till I tell you about SocialBrowse. It’s good stuff.) I really do need them. And perhaps, just maybe, they do work in Pogo. But what, or why, is my excuse for figuring out how to make them work?
Pogo’s big selling point is that its tabs are 3D. 3-what? Exactly. I don’t need larger tabs eating up my screenspace. I can work them just fine in FireFox, and if I was really having trouble I would install the ColorfulTabs addon . (It changes the colors of your browser tabs.) It’s safe to say that I’m not having trouble.
Final words, the broswer isn’t bad, but it’s not great. There’s no reason to switch to it from your current browser. It’s nice, new, and clean. But so is your current setup. I’m sure.