iOS: Open tabs accumulate pretty fast, and on the iPhone, it’s hard to tell how many you even have open. The more tabs you have open, the slower your browser is going to move. If you want to close all your tabs at once, iPad Insight points out that you can just enable private browsing.
One of the prime offenders of multiple tab syndrome is the random Google search. You open a new tab, type in something, and then move on with your day completely forgetting about that tab. Searchlet is a bookmarklet that searches Google, Wikipedia and more from the tab you’re currently in.
Chrome: Say what you want about the new design in iOS 7, there’s no denying that the iPhone’s home screen is incredibly easy to browse and use. If you want a similar experience in Chrome, iOS 7 New Tab Page is a surprisingly accurate and useful implementation.
Chrome: Sometimes, even when we manage our many browser tabs, we still need to have a bunch of tabs open at the same time. When that happens, it can be a pain to find the one you need among the horde. Tab Ahead makes finding the right tab a cinch.
Chrome: You have all sorts of ways to customise your new tab page in Chrome. But if you’re looking for something with a lot of customisation options and a fast load time, Fruumo is worth a look.