The Vivaldi browser team today released a new version of the world's most feature rich Chromium- based browser. Vivaldi 3.6 again exceeds users' expectations by adding more flexibility to the tab row. You can now enable a two-level tab stack that expands the tab group downward instead of taking up space in the tab row.
The next stable version of the Vivaldi browser will bring the second row of tabs to the user interface. It can be enabled for tab groups, so a group will expand to the bottom.
Vivaldi 3.5 is out, and includes a number of improvements made to keyboards shortcuts, menu customization, and more. Also, it now includes a QR generator for URLs.
Some time ago the team behind the innovative Vivaldi browser launched a counterpart project for Android. The team ships beta versions for enthusiasts, and the stable version of the new fully-featured Vivaldi for Android for regular users, both require Android 5+. A new stable version of the browser, Vivaldi 3.5, introduces new privacy and usability features with a number of other improvements.
Vivaldi, the most innovative Chromium-based browser, has got a ton of new features. Like the classic Opera browser, Vivaldi now has Mail, Calendar, and Feed Reader components. They are already available in today's technical preview release.
The impressive and feature-rich Vivaldi browser has received a new sharing - a QR Code generator for a URL. Similar to Chrome and Edge, it now allows you to quickly create a QR code for a page. When scanned with a smartphone or other device, it allows the device to recognize and copy the encoded web address.
Vivaldi 3.4 is out, featuring configurable context menus, automatic reloading of pages on desktop, and improved Speed Dial layout on Android. Also, it now includes Vivaldia, the real 80s arcade-style game, on both platforms.
Starting in Developer Snapshot 2059.2, which hosts changes that will eventually land in Vivaldi 3.4, the browser allows further tweaking its menus by adding custom items. You can make it open a location, a link, and execute many of its internal commands, e.g. to switch between panels, notes, or open a file.
Today's developer snapshot of the world's most powerful web browser among Chromium-based projects, Vivaldi, has brought back one of the great and unique features of the good old classic Opera browser. Now it allows automatically refreshing open tabs.
As you may remember, starting in the Vivaldi browser version 3.1 it is possible to customize items of the app main menu. Today's developer snapshot make one step further in this direction by allowing the user to re-arrange or hide entries of context menus.