Flickr Tab for Chrome 1.0.10

Display a different Flickr image on every new tab



Flickr Tab is a Google Chrome extension which displays a different Flickr image every time you open a new tab.

That's essentially it. There are no complex settings here. There are no simple ones, either. You can't define the type of images you'd like, set up custom searches or do anything else. The extension just grabs a pic, displays it, and offers a small amount of interactivity (refreshing the page gets you a new image, clicking the photographer's name displays more from them).

This doesn't matter much, of course, because Flickr has some amazing images, and even if you don't like one, you'll be using your new tab to open a website about half a second later anyway.

It all worked very well for us, but may not be the right extension for everyone. If you like your new tab to open at Google, say, or display your bookmarks bar, then getting a Flickr image instead will only slow you down.

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Flickr Tab is a very simple way to make your new tabs look great, but we generally prefer to open with a search engine or our last-used site.

Specification: Flickr Tab for Chrome 1.0.10:

Windows XP,Windows Vista (32 bit),Windows Vista (64 bit),Windows 7 (64 bit),Windows 8,windows 10,Mac OS X,iPad,Android,windows mobile
Date Added:
June 24, 2017

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