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There are two main new features in version 2.9. The first is global default permissions for websites and the second area covers menus.
The best thing about the mobile version is that Vivaldi has stuck with this approach of doing more. The tools for interacting with the Web (creating notes, for example) are largely the same in the Mobile Version.
An innovative browser has launched on Android for the first time. Here’s why you might want to give it a shot.
The last two weeks have been super exciting. We made our debut on Android, released a new snappier version of the desktop browser, and our community grew by the minute! Now we have something for you!
If you’ve been waiting for a Vivaldi-like experience on mobile, the company’s official Android release sounds like it’s worth checking out.
There are a bunch more neat features embedded into the app that you (and we) will undoubtedly discover after a while, making Vivaldi’s entry into the mobile world a worthwhile endeavor.
Despite only being in beta, the mobile app already includes many of the desktop versions’ best features. We definitely encourage Android users to give Vivaldi a shot
Vivaldi on Android is a worthwhile contender. It’s fast and easy to use — and if you’re already using Vivaldi on the desktop, it’s a no-brainer.
Vivaldi aims to bring a full-featured browsing experience to mobile devices. Now, mobile users get a lot of the same functionality they are used to on the desktop version, albeit with a mobile-optimized interface.
Buzzing bees always have something to talk about. What have they been saying about Vivaldi in the last few weeks? Let’s get the honey out!