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Vivaldi is releasing an Android version of its highly-customizable browser

The Verge Monday, 9 September 2019 ()
Vivaldi is releasing an Android version of its highly-customizable browserImage: Vivaldi

Vivaldi, a web browser from a group of developers that formerly worked on Opera, is one to consider if you really want to customize your browsing experience. Now, Vivaldi is bringing that power-user spirit to mobile with a new Android version, available today in beta.

The Android version offers a number of features that will be familiar to current Vivaldi users. Whenever you open a new tab, you’ll see your Speed Dials, which are grids of saved site shortcuts and bookmarks that you can organize and customize. If you want to use a specific search engine without navigating directly to it, you’ll be able to type custom “nicknames” in the address bar, like “d” for DuckDuckGo, and your search will route through that engine. And you’ll be able...
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