Vivaldi has come a long way, and its latest version certainly hits all the right notes to take up the mantle for the best Chromium browser from Edge. It’s neither under the control of a tech giant, such as Microsoft and Google, nor trying to stand out with ambitious features like Brave’s crypto-focused platform. It’s a browser designed for power web users and has no ulterior motives.
Another new feature in Vivaldi 5.1 on desktop is the reading list. This lets you save articles and ages to read later, and it’s a feature you’re probably familiar with from other browsers. You can enable it in the browser settings, and it doesn’t require any kind of login to work.
Vivaldi 5.1 Introduces Horizontal Scrollable Tabs and a New Reading List
Described as the web’s best browser by WIRED Magazine, Vivaldi has designed its browser on Android to be as unique as the person using it. With a full suite of built-in features to choose from, you can now savor a fun and flexible browsing experience on the Astro Slide 5G anywhere you go.
Implemented over the Christmas season, the move makes Vivaldi the first independent web browser available for vehicles running Android Automotive OS.
Unlike Google Chrome and other browsers, Vivaldi holds the line with default search. Remove them or not, the choice is up to you.
Rack up your tabs: Vivaldi’s various tab management tools make it a great web browser for productivity, but its most ingenious idea yet is the two-level tab stack. This allows each tab to have its own secondary row of tabs underneath, so you can group similar web pages together without cluttering up your main tab bar. The same feature is also available in Vivaldi’s Android browser, in case you also suffer from tab overload on your phone.
The latest version of our favorite web browser greatly improves surfing on larger mobile screens.
The “two-level tabs stack” feature has already been launched on the desktop browser that was developed and released by Vivaldi earlier in 2021. This feature helps users to manage multiple web pages with ease.
The latest increment includes new themes and translations.
Got too many browser tabs? Vivaldi might be what you’ve been missing.
The one reason Vivaldi gets the nod over the competition is Web Panels. With Vivaldi Web Panels, you add sites that can then be quickly opened or closed as sidebars