Browing the Internet has become one of the most important activities over the last ten-years. This gave birth to the tab, allowing the user to multi-task the activities of every day, like vacation plans, purchases, sharing pictures, listening to music, reading email, and writing a blog post.
But now we have too many tabs all crammed along the top of the browser -- or if you're like me, to the left. Often, it's easier to open a new tab than to try to find the open tab you already have. Worse, how many of us keep tabs open as reminders of something we want to do or read later? We're all suffering from infoguilt.
We need a way to organize browsing, to see all of our tabs at once, and focus on the task at hand. In short, we need a way to get back control of our online lives.
Enter: Tab Candy.
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