How many tabs do you have open right now??!
So many times we see funny stories, or touching news, but do not have the time to read about it when we see it. You can bookmark it, of course, but then you’re stuck searching through folders later, trying to remember where you saved it. Another option is leaving the story in a tab and reading it when you have time, but you run the risk accidentally closing all your tabs and losing it, or not having access to the tab when you’re on-the-go. Luckily, there are several new tools that can help you keep those stories, and access them on-the-go.
1.Pushbullet makes your tab game mobile
This first tool makes me wish I was an Android user. Pushbullet, saves you time by moving your notifications, links, and files wherever you go. You can automatically see all of you Android phone’s notifications right on your computer: see who’s calling, or read and reply to text messages, even if your phone is on silent, in another room, or out in the car. You can also send pictures, files, links and more to your other devices and friends. Send pictures and files to your phone wirelessly opening them right from the notification; no more digging through your email or Dropbox. Pushbullet also gives you the ability to push links to your phone just by right-clicking on it from your computer.
2.TabCloud will save your tab life
Aah, TabCloud. Where have you been all my life? I am prone to “accidentally” closing all twelve of my open tabs and then cursing myself for not paying attention to what I was doing. TabCloud saves you this frustration. It allows you to save any window session and restore it at a late date, even on another computer. Simply click the TabCloud icon on the menu, you will then see your current open windows and previously saved windows (if any). Then, you can save open windows, or restore saved ones. TabCloud does offer a secure login using your Google account, with the additional ability to logout on the TabCloud menu. Perfect tool for taking your tabs on-the-go with you, or to back up your tabs if you are prone to accidentally closing them.
3.The Great Suspender reduces memory use
No matter how many tabs you keep open, or how you use them, the ability to save them and take them on the road with you can come in quite handy. If you don’t already have a tool to help you do this, these are definitely worth a look.