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Vivaldi update adds a “stay in browser” option and lets you turn off tab groups

Towards the end of last month, the developers behind the popular Vivaldi browser rolled out version 4.1 of the browser for desktop. The update introduced several new features, including Accordion tabs, Command Chains, and more. The developers are now rolling out a similar update for Vivaldi on Android. Here's everything new in the latest update...

Vivaldi’s latest update includes Accordian Tabs and Command Chains

Today, Vivaldi is releasing version 4.1 of its browser. The two key new features are Accordian Tabs and Command Chains. Tab Stacks aren't a new feature in Vivaldi 4.1. You can already use them in two different styles: Compact and Two-level, the latter of which is the default. You can create a Tab Stack just by...

Vivaldi unveils its own translation tool and apps for news, email, and calendar

Team Vivaldi has released Vivaldi 4.0, a massive update to its open-source, Chromium-based web browser. The latest release debuts several new services and tools, including Vivaldi Mail, Vivaldi Translate, Calendar, Feed Reader, and much more. Vivaldi describes its new tools as real alternatives to Big Tech (namely Google and Microsoft). Vivaldi Translation Vivaldi 4.0 now offers its...

Vivaldi browser can now block annoying cookie dialogs and Google’s FLoC

The Chromium-based Vivaldi browser has evolved a lot since its launch on Android in 2019. The browser regularly gets updated with new features and improvements. Case in point: the team has just released Vivaldi 3.8 on Android and desktop that brings a number of enhancements and privacy improvements, including blocking cookie dialogues, improved multilingual support,...

It seems few companies are on board with Google’s FLoC

Google recently began testing an “origin trial” in Chrome with a new piece of web technology called Federated Learning of Cohorts (FLoC), which is replacing third-party cookies. In response, DuckDuckGo, Brave, and Vivaldi have all announced that they will disable Google’s FLoC, calling it a “step in the wrong direction.” Basically, Google’s FLoC replaces third-party cookies...

Vivaldi browser adds speed improvements and support for Macs with Apple Silicon

Privacy-focused web browser Vivaldi has been updated this week with a great enhancement for M1 Mac users. The popular Chromium-based browser is now fully compatible with the Apple Silicon platform, which means that the application now runs natively on ARM Macs powered with the M1 chip. Version 3.7 of Vivaldi is the first stable release with...

Vivaldi’s latest update on Android lets you change the look of web pages

Vivaldi, a popular Chromium-based browser, is getting a fresh update on Android. The last update added the ability to clear history and site data on exit, WebRTC leak protection, and more sorting options for notes and bookmarks. Now, the Vivaldi 3.6 introduces several new features, including customizable web pages, a built-in QR scanner, support for...

Vivaldi Browser for Android adds an option to clear browsing data on exit

Vivaldi, a Chromium-based browser that offers additional customization options, has introduced a new update on Android focused on increased privacy. One of the main features of Vivaldi 3.5 is the ability to clear browsing data on exit. Users now have control over what data is retained every time they exit the browser. The update allows users...

Vivaldi Browser on Android gets configurable address and tab bars, full-page blocking

The first stable version of the Vivaldi Browser for Android rolled out on the Google Play Store earlier this year in April. Since then, the privacy-focused browser has received a few updates that unlocked new features, like dark mode support for web content, custom adblocking lists, and one-handed usability improvements. Now, Vivaldi Browser v3.3 has...

Vivaldi Browser on Android gets support for custom ad blocking lists and better one-handed usability

Android has no shortage of good browser options — there’s Chrome, Firefox, Kiwi, Brave, Opera and so many more that we couldn’t possibly list all of them. Most users need exactly one browser on their phone, which very likely already comes with two browsers pre-installed. Even then, having more options at hand is always a welcome move, and having...

Vivaldi for Android gets updated with dark mode for web content

After several months of beta testing, the first stable version of the Vivaldi browser rolled out on the Google Play Store earlier this year in April. Much like several other privacy-focused browsers on Android, Vivaldi offered users features like a built-in ad blocker and cross-platform sync with end-to-end encryption, along with an inbuilt notes taker...

Vivaldi browser launches on Android with DuckDuckGo’s Tracker Radar integrated

With nearly 3 million apps on the Google Play Store, Android users are spoiled for choices across all major verticals. When it comes to web browsers, users get a myriad of options besides the pre-installed web browser or Google Chrome. Another player in this landscape is the Vivaldi Browser, which was developed by Opera Browser's...