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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...

Vivaldi Browser’s second Android beta brings swipe to close tabs, better start page customization, and more

The Vivaldi browser launched on Android back in September with features such as built-in notes, sync, a simplified read view, and much more. It's perhaps not as well-known as Chrome or Firefox, but it packs a ton of handy features. The second beta release of the Android app brings even more features, including swipe to...

Vivaldi browser now available on Android with built-in Notes, Sync, Reader View, and more

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...