A replacement for Chrome’s new-tab page that presents your favorite links as a clean, simple list.
Ever use your web browser’s default new tab page? It’s not very helpful unless you like oversized icons and screenshots that take up lots of space. A Fine Start replaces your browser’s new tab page with a handy list of links, grouped and sorted how you like. Use it for free in your current browser, or get an account for $5 a month and sync your bookmarks on all your browsers. Includes a minimal, typographic design that stays out of your way and gets you where you want to go—quickly.
- (2021-07-23) Carol Swinehart: A must for any genealogist. Have a listing of all your favorite sites.
- (2021-01-15) anonymous mouse: It is well made and not encumbered with too many features. The developer also has a solid policy on privacy, something that I worried about.
- (2018-05-29) Clayton Thigpen: Immediately a favorite extension. I've tried other bookmark managers and start pages - they're all either too pretty to do anything useful, or too "efficient" to easily navigate. This one has the best of both worlds. The layout is pleasing and straightforward, and the functionality is solid and reliable. Does everything I need a start page to do.
- (2018-05-24) Jay Reynolds: clean, simple, and easy to use. I would enjoy a way to import all or some of my bookmarks to the page, but I'm not 100% sure I can't and just haven't yet figured out how to do so. My favorite new tab extension. Just what I need and nothing more.
- (2017-08-14) Ryan Farmer: This is a fine start.
- (2017-05-30) Jessie Kotis: Great for keeping up with all of the sites I visit daily, especially for work. Having categories allows me to organize my resources and keeps me from keeping too many tabs open (or at least not as many, ha!) And I don't have to use the obnoxious bookmark bar, which is always a plus.