Foxtab is a free tab management add-on for Firefox. Foxtab provides an attractive 3D interface to navigate between the various internet tabs you have open in Firefox browser.
There are a number of different 3D views to choose from in order to find the type of view that you are most comfortable with.
Excellent Visuals and Useful Features
This free tab management add-on for Firefox is visually beautiful. The excellent 3D interface, combined with various highly customizable aspects is exactly what the eyes want to see on screen, especially with the huge level of option available on what view you want to use.
There is no doubt that the emphasis of this program is on looking good. All of the features work, at least to an extent, but it is blindingly obvious that the visual appearance of the program has been the prominent aspect.
Here are some of the features of Foxtab:
- Three primary views: Top Sites, Opened Tabs and Recently Closed Tabs.
- Quick access.
- Two operation modes.
- Six layouts to choose from.
- Supports all of the major operating systems.
- Tab grouping and filtering.
- 3D perspective views.
- Full screen mode for Windows and Linux users.
- Hide the tab bar.
- Hide duplicate tabs.
- Arrange tabs by order of recent use.
- Display thumbnails in landscape or portrait orientation.
Foxtab brings an interesting perspective to Firefox. The features that we love about it is Speed Dial, and Recently Closed. These are the features that we think Firefox has missed. However, the tab flipping itself seems like a bit nice to have. Personally, I am more comfortably in navigating the tabs by just clicking on that tab itself. But that’s just me. Let us know how do you feel about Foxtab.