It is important new users read all of the introductions as this explains how to get you going.

Disclosure: ProxyTabs on Chrome has its limitation. We rely on switching proxies between tabs if your request is within seconds of each other, your ip may slip. 

We recommend using ProxyTabs on Firefox which doesn’t not have this limitation. Use at your own risk.

Welcome to ProxyTabs!

First and foremost, thank you for adding ProxyTabs .

This is a quick intro guide to using ProxyTabs in Chrome.

Please watch the video link below to watch a demonstration of ProxyTabs:

ProxyTabs Video

ProxyTabs needs to know which proxy provider(s) you will be using. Please read Manage Proxies to learn how to add proxies into ProxyTabs . 

ProxyTabs also needs to know which sites you want to use proxies on (as a StubTabs user ProxyTabs will automatically use your Manage Domain list so you will not see this).

Please read Manage Domains to learn how to add the sites to ProxyTabs . You must add your domains into the ‘Manage Domains’ in order for those sites to have its own sessions.

The  icon should now be on the right upper-side of the Chrome browser.

The square below the icon indicates the status of ProxyTabs .

  • White – Not logged in.
  • Green – Logged in.
  • Red – Unauthorized (Incorrect login or Trial is over)

If your square is currently “White” click the  and click “Log In” 

Now the box should be “Green” if not, make sure you are signed on with the correct Google account. Access your Chrome -> Settings to confirm the correct account logged in.

If it is “Green” you are now set!

To manage your account it is under Due to increasing number of users we will no longer handle cancelling orders or managing your subscriptions. You are responsible for your own accounts on charges. We will follow Googles terms and agreement