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 and a snapshot tool for productivity. While a few other browsers on the Play Store offer such features, what helped Vivaldi stand out was its integrated tracking blocker mechanism powered by the DuckDuckGo Tracker Radar tool. Now, the developers behind the browser are rolling out an update on the Play Store which brings even more new features.
As per a recent blog post from the company, the latest update for Vivaldi on Android brings a dark mode for web content which adds to the light/dark themes already available for the user interface. As you can see in the attached image, once the dark mode is turned on it will automatically convert any web page to a dark theme. To enable the dark mode, users will have to head over to the Themes section in the browser’s Settings page and tap on the toggle next to the new Dark Mode for Web Pages option. Along with the new dark mode for web content setting, the update also brings minor improvements to the user interface, bug fixes, and performance improvements. You can download the latest update for the Vivaldi browser by following the Play Store link below.