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.
Vivaldi 3.3 arrives on Desktop PCs with a brand new feature: Break Mode. It is also includes a new theme for Private Window, clickable parts in the Address bar, and much more.
Starting in developer snapshot 2022.6, Vivaldi browser allows you to customize the private window theme. It now ships a special "private" theme, and also you to pick or create a custom one, and have unique themes for normal and private windows. There are also changes to the address bar and ad blocker.
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 innovative Vivaldi browser is now available for download. With Vivaldi 3.2, the team behind the app has done a great job on enhancing its PiP feature (Pop-out Video).
With a couple of previous Dev snapshots, Vivaldi for Android introduced custom subscriptions for the built-in ad blocker feature. Today's snapshot adds the ability to remove and change the subscriptions you have in the browser.
A new post in the official Vivaldi blog reveals that a new Dev release of their browser for Android features the ability to connect custom rule lists to the built-in Ad blocker feature.