Control your tabs with tiles - useful for large monitors and full screen (F11) browsing.
What is tabtiles?
tabtiles is a featured Chrome extension by oowildcat. This extension has 51,293 weekly active users, an average user rating of 3.61, and is most similar to Toggle Fullscreen and Tab Manager. The latest version, 0.9.0, was updated 4 years ago.
Rating: 3.61 (44)
Version: 0.9.0 (Last updated: 2018-11-13)
Creation date: 2018-11-13
Manifest version: 2
Risk impact: High risk impact
Risk likelihood: Very low risk likelihood
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This extension displays a window's tabs in a bar along the top or bottom of the screen, useful for when browsing in full screen (F11) mode. The tiles are larger, so easier to click on than the usual browser tabs. It also allows navigating through the tabs using the keyboard, using the left and right keys. Press Enter to select a tab. Other features include: Type-to-search: start typing to enter keywords in the tabtiles address bar, press Enter to search. Choose when to display the bar: for normal restored windows, when maximized or in full screen mode. And / or auto-hide when not in use. Customize the size of the bar, to a percentage of the window height. Show popup hints, containing the full title and address of the page. --
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tabtiles has earned a good reputation and can be trusted.
Animations are sluggish. Can't hide buttons for back, forward, new tab, address bar. All my tabs, except active one, show "secure page" instead of title on tabs. Doesn't support Chrome's tab grouping feature so all the tabs you have hidden away in groups, and don't want to see all the time, are showing individually.
It works, but the UX is poor. Visuals are the least of my worries; the non-scrollable tab bar via touchscreen is obviously unusable.
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It felt extremely clunky. The functionality is good, but it doesn't feel smooth or polished. The UX could definitely use a rework.
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