Vivaldi Technologies is back with another major browser update that contains a load of improvements, new features, and fixes. Version 4.3 of the world's most feature rich browser is now available in the stable channel with Idle Detection API prevention, 68 new languages in the translator, and more.
Vivaldi Technologies released another major update for its browser. Version 4.2 improves built-in private translator and QR-codes generator.
The Android version of the world's most feature rich, privacy focused web browser, Vivadli, reached version 4.1. With the version match to its desktop counterpart, the Android release of the app comes with a number of exclusive and useful additions.
Vivaldi may not be the most popular browser in terms of market share, but it is undoubtedly the best option for those who like deep software customization. After launching a major 4.0 update earlier this year, Vivaldi Technologies is back with another big release under version 4.1.
The main highlights of Vivaldi 4.1 are improved tab groups and custom commands.
Today, Vivaldi Technologies announced Vivaldi 4.0 - the biggest release of the year so far. The latest update brings many new features to the browser, allowing users to be more productive and private. Vivaldi says version 4.0 is a big push to give users more alternatives to Big Tech.
Yet another release of the excellent browser, Vivaldi. Version 3.8 of the one and the only follower of the classic Opera 12 ideas brings more control on bookmarks to your hands, and also features great improvements in the privacy area. This version doesn't include Google's FLoC, and allows you to prevent cookie content popups from appearing on sites you visit.
Not so long ago, Google announced its plans to replace traditional cookies in your browser with something called FLoC. FLoC stands for Federated Learning of Cohorts and, in theory, should enhance users' privacy by reducing the amount of data advertisers get, and making it harder to create a unique ID for each user.
Here's how to translate a web page in Vivaldi.
Similar to Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge, Vivaldi now offers a native build-in translation service. It can automatically translate an entire web page without the need to install third-party translation extensions. Vivaldi uses a self-hosted translation engine from Lingvanex with the initial support of 22 different languages. This allows more private translation with less data sent to third parties. Here is how to translate a web page in Vivaldi.
Mainstream browsers, such as Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge, have built-in page translators since the stone age. Chrome uses Google Translate, and Edge has Microsoft Translate. Now, Vivaldi joins the list with an integrated translation service. It is available in the latest snapshot 2238.3.
Vivaldi 3.7 is now out in the stable channel, bringing significant performance improvements, Apple Silicon support, and additional customization options. Let's see what's new in this version of the excellent browser.