Vivaldi finally goes mobile, although only in beta testing for now
Vivaldi Beta is finally available for Android handsets via Google Play and it definitely does not look like a piece of code that is not mature yet. To make it all even more interesting, the version number of the latest Vivaldi Beta for Android build available right now — 2.7.1624.163 — is very close to the build number of the desktop version I am currently running on my Windows 10 desktop PC and Linux notebook (with Linux Mint 19.2, if you were wondering) — 2.7.1628.33.
Without further ado, these are the highlights of the Vivaldi browser for Android handsets:
- Cross-device secure sync of passwords, Bookmarks, Notes, and more.
- The ability to add custom Speed Dials to the New Tab page.
- Snap full-length webpage screenshots or just grab shots of the visible area.
- Private browsing.
- A wide range of search engine choices with instant swap from the Address Field.
- Download manager.
- Reader mode.
Vivaldi Beta for Android requires devices that run Android 5.0 Lollipop or later. After 154 user reviews on Google Play, this piece of code has a very good rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars. Obviously, there is a long road ahead since the app has been downloaded by over 1,000 people so far. However, given the well-received desktop version of this browser and the fact that the mobile build comes with most of its main features, the only way for Vivaldi Beta for Android is up.
These being said, we can only get ready for the iOS version to arrive. Unfortunately, we have no information about the date of this event, but be sure we will keep you posted.
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