Tab Keeper lets you save open tabs and restore them whenever you want in Chrome.
Chrome Tab Counter tells you the number of tabs currently open in Chrome on your computer.
Minimo replaces your new tab page with useful information and other shortcuts in Chrome.
Chronos is a tab manager and website blocker for the Firefox browser.
Prod keeps you away from distracting websites until you have finished your tasks.
Tab Auto Refresh lets you automatically refresh tabs at specified intervals in your browsers.
Private Tab lets you browse privately by launching a private tab for you in Firefox.
Auto Tab Discard discards the tabs that are not active to reduce the memory usage on your machine.
Jety replaces your new tab and adds beautiful backgrounds and many other useful features in Chrome.
xTab lets you define how many tabs you can have open in the Chrome browser on your computer.
If you’d prefer for your tabs to be vertically aligned, then the Vertical Tabs Reloaded extension will help you do that.
Safari lacks website favicons and the Faviconographer utility helps add those favicons to the browser.
Want to read something interesting when opening a new tab? The Atlantic Serendipity extension will get you a story to read.
If you’re leaving your browsing session for some time, you can save the current state of your tabs using Tab Session Manager and restore it later.
Sometimes you may want for a tab to automatically refresh at a certain interval. ReloadMatic helps you do just that in your browser.
Have a thought that needs to be noted down? Papier will help you note down your thoughts each time you open a new tab.
CloudyTabs is a simple menu bar application that lists your iCloud Tabs.
If you keep a number of tabs open in your browser, you can now wrap them together using wrapper for Chrome.