Last September 2019 we had access to one of the first versions of a a new mobile browser, Vivaldi. The browser then became available for desktop applications and made the jump on mobile while keeping track of its older siblings, and wanted to stand up to giants in sectors such as Chrome, Opera or Firefox.
Now, Vivaldi it is reaching version 3.0 and features a more intriguing feature that makes it a more competitive browser. The browser features a new manually upgraded plugin and DuckDuckGo, a very popular search engine: used ad and developers. You can browse without advertising, if you want.
Private browsing with Vivaldi
As we mentioned, Vivaldi is installing in its version 3.0 the advertising blocker also does the same for trackers or followersme makes our browsing private. As a result of this new approach, browsing speed is obtained by cutting back domain downloads and other marketing programs.
The blocker comes automatically generated even though we can use it directly from the browser settings, which Settings> Ad Blocking and Followers
Horizontal navigation is reconstructed, providing a website space for rotating toolbar navigation
In addition to this feature, the new Vivaldi 3.0 redirects its geographical mode interface, which offers a greater range of navigation, eliminating, among other things, the bottom-up toolbar, which now offers the largest surface area of the website we visit.
To complete the update, the new Vivaldi 3.0 has redesigned the display of open tabs, simplifying each of their locations with the most collections. Vivaldi is a free browser and can be found on Google Play.
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