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Short description: A customisable New Tab page, with widgets and beautiful backgrounds.
Longer description: Renewed Tab is a New Tab browser extension, focusing on rich widgets, a clean user experience, and customisation. It shows a beautiful background each time you open a new tab, randomly chosen from a large collection of high-quality photos.
About the Developer and Development
Renewed Tab was created and developed by Andrew "rubenwardy" Ward, a software engineer from Bristol UK.
rubenwardy created Renewed Tab after being disappointed with the existing options. They either had a bad user experience, none of the features he wanted, or they locked basic features behind a paywall. See features for a list of key features. Read the blog post to find out more.
Renewed Tab was released as free and open source software under the GPLv3 license, allowing anyone to see its code, contribute to it, and create their own versions.
Development is done publicly on GitLab, with the roadmap fully visible. Whilst the development is primarily done on GitLab, contributors can also submit issues and patches using GitHub or by contacting rubenwardy.
Renewed Tab supports French, Spanish, German, Italian, Russian, Chinese, Portuguese, Malay, and Turkish (Français, Español, Deutsch, Italiano, Русский, 汉语, Português, Bahasa Melayu, and Türkçe). Translations are contributed by users, using our Weblate instance.
Renewed Tab's blog has posts that may contain information you're interested in
- How to translate Renewed Tab into your language
- Import feeds from Feedly using OPML
- Renewed Tab 1.17 released!
- Renewed Tab 1.16 released!
- How to Create Custom Widgets for Renewed Tab
- Add Atom/RSS feeds to your New Tab page using Renewed Tab
- Why I created Renewed Tab
- Renewed Tab 1.15 released!
Whilst not required, we'd appreciate if you added utm query arguments to
links to our website and browser store pages, so that we can track where
installs come from. Eg:
#007DB8 #093167 #c49bc6
See screenshots on the homepage.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact me. You may wish to check out the FAQ, as it may answer your question.