New tab page for Android style is a based on HTML5 Firefox add-ons, which developed refer the popular Android UI. It provides speed dial, quick search functions, such as Google, Facebook, eBay, Amazon, Yahoo, and more.
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New Tab Tools will help you customize the new tab page. You can add more tiles, the launcher from Firefox start, or a background image. You can also set new tile images and other options (as you see in the picture above). This add-on really makes the new tab page a real feature rather than something that I get no use in at all. Want to pick it up? You can find the New Tab Tools add-on from the Firefox Add-ons website.
Need a really big clock? There is a Firefox add-on out there to help you out! Big Clock Background will shows a big clock in the background when you open a new tab, reminding that time is flying. Clock is ticking, forever and ever. At times we tend to be lazy and loose track of time. This add-on will keep your spirit up by showing time right there.
Use Custom New Tab to load any URL you want when a new tab is opened. This is the only add-on (to the author’s knowledge) that allows the user a preference to have the focus placed on a web page (like a search engine’s search box) or in the URL bar.
DblClicker is a very light extension designed to help browsing experience by enabling double-click action to open links in new tab. This is an add-on for Firefox that is designed to save you time. We all hate to have to right-click to open a link in a new tab. This add-on eliminates that step.
Want to spice up the way your new tab page looks in Firefox? New Tab Plus is an HTML5-based add-on that gives your new tab page a lot of love.
Have you ever run into the problem where thumbnail images are missing from your new tab page in Firefox? The new tab page’s purpose is to show you pictures of websites you visit frequently – however sometimes these images never load or are just missing. However, you might be able to fix that!
Tired of Firefox’s new tab page reveling what you are looking at? With the holiday season upon us and with more and more people shopping online, that is reasonable. You can disable this feature though. That way you can keep your browsing history a secret!
In the year 2025, when we are looking back at what Google Chrome really brought to the web browsing world and we are all being chased around by robots, I think the one thing we will remember the most is the speed dial feature. Here is another add-on that gives you that ability named Sugestron Speed Dial.
Tired of right-clicking to get a link to open in a new Firefox tab? Well, with the DblClicker installed – that will be a thing of the past. This simple add-on for Firefox adds double clicking to the list of things you can do in your browser to bring up new links.