I often catch up on feeds (twitter/facebook/rss/email) when off line. There are often web links included that I want to check out, however, as far as I can tell, Android limits each link source application to one tab and, more annoyingly, if the same app sends a second link it creates a new tab in place of the old one with no browsing history+ - so I can't just go back and forward through the links i've tried to access while off line.
Is there any way to: Force the browser to create a new tab for each link clicked on an app - even if it means many tabs related to the same app being open at the same time. Or add these sites to the history of the tab (even if not loaded successfully) so I can get to them via the back button. Store links (ideally with information about their source) for later investigation?
Nb Since I'm on android 3 these are real tabs - with no limit to their number i've found - rather than the 8 cards/slots on earlier versions.
- I'm minded to raise this as a bug. It seems daft.