If you have multiple tabs open, it gets a little too boring with all the tabs being of same color and format. It also often becomes hard to distinguish which tab is active in just a glance.
To help Firefox users with this, there is an awesome add-on called FabTabs. FabTabs colors your tabs by fetching the color of the website open in that tab. For example, a tab with Yahoo! would be colored purple, a tab with Mashable will be colored blue and a tab with Techie-Buzz will be colored black.
FabTabs lets you adjust various settings including color strength, opacity and contrast. You can also choose to only color the active tab and use/remove a bevel like effect for the tabs. Another option is to color the horizontal line below the tabs.
Download FabTabs add-on here.
FabTabs is a great tool to add colors to your browsing experience. With multiple tabs open, it becomes super easy to manage them with FabTabs. I simply wish they would add the capability to use customized colors.
Rating: 4/5 (Excellent)