(NB I could be wrong as I haven't used Safari 8 admittedly) I'm a power user with loads of tabs open that I need open whenever I use safari. I use glims as it does two things -has favicons on the tab menu so you can easily see what tab is what -squashes the tabs together to keep all the tabs in one window and shorten long webpage names (picture attached) Again, apple have taken design over usability and done this Grey, empty, not as useable. Just like the vast amounts of white apple put into iOS 7. Now you have to constantly scroll and can't just LOOK at safari having all the tab in front of you. It's like Apple want people to scroll all the time with no reason but for images to look good in press shots. Look at the notification centre with iOS 7? If you're calendar has a few things in it, you have to scroll up and down. In iOS 6, it showed you everything on one page! Having some colour with the fav icons really makes safari more usable. oh dear, it doesn't look Apple but I want to browse, not look pretty (or empty grey!). It also looks like you can't see the full URL anymore for longer naming.