With its biggest launch of the year, the Vivaldi browser aims to give users a real alternative to Big Tech. Today’s update expands its integrated tools with major additions: Vivaldi Translate and the much-awaited beta of Vivaldi Mail, Calendar, and Feed Reader.
Launching today, Vivaldi Translate powered by Lingvanex is a built- in, privacy-friendly translation feature that offers translations without third-party extensions spying on you.
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Vivaldi 3.8, the new version allows you to change the app’s language independent of your OS settings, offers the option to block cookie dialogs, adds quick options to access the Start Page.
The latest version Vivaldi 3.8 offers relief from annoying cookie dialogs and FLoC, an invasive privacy technology. Rebuilds its Panels and adds quicker bookmarking options.
Breaking language barriers, the Vivaldi browser adds support to Kabyle language on Windows, macOS and Linux computers.
Easier bookmarking of websites and more ways to explore Vivaldi are the highlights of the new version of the browser.
Performance gains dominate the new update of the Vivaldi browser on desktop and notebooks. Also includes native support for Apple M1 machines and more customizable options in built-in features.
Customizable web pages, a built-in QR scanner, improved Speed Dials, and support for external download managers in Vivaldi’s new version on Android and Chromebooks.
The first browser to introduce a second level in the tab bar for managing tab groups: Two-Level Tab Stacks on Windows, Mac and Linux computers.
Vivaldi 3.5 arrives with new additions to its features and significant improvements across the board. Download on your desktop and notebooks.
Vivaldi 3.5, the new version on Android gets WebRTC leak protection and auto-clear of browsing data on exit. Also updates its built-in features Notes and Bookmarks.
The new version Vivaldi 3.4 steps it up with configurable context menus, automatic reloading of pages on desktop, and improved Speed Dial layout on Android. Also introduces Vivaldia, the real 80s arcade-style game, on both platforms.