That means you can use Safari to open up websites in tabs and move to iPhone or iPad and view the same websites (nice, other than Safari’s crazy tab refreshing in iOS 7). Here’s an easier way to list and view iCloud browser tabs from your Mac’s Menubar.
Send In The CloudyTabs
Color me uninformed, but I didn’t know this was much of a problem until I ran into CloudyTabs, a free Mac app which displays those iCloud browser tabs with a click.
The way it works couldn’t be much easier (other than cluttering up the already crowded Mac Menubar).
Click CloudyTabs in the Menubar, then select an open browser tab from one of your devices (other Macs, iPhone, iPad).
If you’re at all like me and have a bunch of websites open in Safari tabs on every device, then you’ll appreciate the keyboard shortcuts to open a tab on your Mac.
There’s also a handy option to display a tooltip when you hover the Mac’s screen pointer over the CloudyTabs icon in the Menubar.
That displays the date that iCloud last updated the synchronized Safari browser tabs.
Click on the CloudTabs Menubar icon and then type the first few letters of a tab’s title, and the app jumps to and selects that particular tab.
Is this a solution to a problem you don’t have? Maybe. But these days I love to have a ready-to-go experience on each of my Apple iDevices– Mac, iPhone, and iPad. CloudyTabs helps, and it’s free.
Now, about that clutter Mac Menubar? Here’s how to Unclutter And Organize Apps In The Mac’s Menubar With The ReArranger.