Bookolio Puts Your Favourite Sites In Chrome’s New Tab Page

Chrome: Bookolio customises the new tab page to make it more useful. The extension gives you instant access to all your bookmarks and the sites you visit the most, as well as quick switching between different types of search engines.

In its streamlined interface, Bookolio brings in everything you have in your bookmarks, including the bookmarks bar and Other Bookmarks, as well as quick links to your most visited sites. For added convenience, you can click on the title of a bookmarks folder to quickly open all the links in the folder in new tabs.

Bookolio also makes searching popular sites simple. Besides choosing the default search engine for the new tab page, you can instantly switch to a different site to search (including Amazon, IGN, Flickr and deviantART) by clicking on one of the icons.

While Chrome’s default new tab page is easy to customise with a text file and there are several other extensions like logo-displaying Speed Dial and Windows Metro-Inspired Awesome New Tab Page, Bookolio does all the work for you. All you have to do is install the extension to revamp your new tab page.

Bookolio [Chrome Web Store via AddictiveTips]

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