Stock image company Shutterstock has released a Chrome browser extension that brings up a randomised photo from its collection of 65 million images every time you open a new tab. Here's how the Shutterstock Tab works.
Shutterstock has curated hundreds of photos from its extensive image collection for the Chrome extension. You'll see images from around the world in categories like travel, food and animals. The extension came out of the company's annual hackathon and is used internally at Shutterstock.
The Shutterstock Tab extension isn't just used to make your new tabs look pretty. It also has a dashboard overlay that displays information such as time, date and weather. You have the option to customise what information is shown.
You can get the Shutterstock Tab extension over at the Chrome Web Store.