Vivaldi Technologies have released a new beta of their upcoming Vivaldi for Android web browser, which brings support for Chromebooks and many refinements to the user interface.
After the great feedback on the first beta release, Vivaldi Technologies have been working hard to improve their Vivaldi for Android web browser, adding lots of goodies requested by the community, starting with new settings to allow users to swipe to close tabs and view scrollbars on internal pages.
Another new setting added in Vivaldi for Android beta 2 is called “Always Show Desktop Site,” which will display the desktop version of the current website when enabled. The UI has been refreshed as well to get rid of Bookmarks and Notes with a single tap using the new “Empty Trash” button at the bottom of the screen.
“We want Vivaldi to be a great experience for our users on their mobile devices,” says Vivaldi CEO Jon von Tetzchner. “And we are working towards packing more functionality into i… (read more)
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