For a long time, browsers such as Chrome or Firefox have allowed us to synchronize our browsing data with other devices, among which are mobile phones. The Google and Mozilla proposals have been on our computers for a long time, but there is another, younger browser that is growing rapidly, partly because it is based on Chromium and partly because the company that develops it is founded by the ex-CEO of Opera. This is Vivaldi Technologies, who has just launched Vivaldi 2.8 with a cloud-related function.
Recently, as little as last week, Vivaldi He launched its mobile version for Android, more specifically a Beta which has been very well received by the user community. That has been one of the reasons why Vivaldi Technologies has rushed to launch Vivaldi 2.8, to ensure that its browser users can have their devices synchronized. The opposite would be to be far behind in this regard with competing browsers.
Vivaldi 2.8 arrives with news in the favorites
Most of what this release includes, syncing aside, is bug fixes. What they mention as news are:
- Keyboard navigation has been added to the favorites menu bar.
- The width of the admin columns should be resizable.
- Added support for scrolling horizontal menu or bookmarks bar.
- Switch images via keyboard: Ctrl + Alt + Shift + I / ⌥⌘I.
- Full list of changes, here.
Interested users can download the new version of Vivaldi from this link for Linux (on DEB, RPM, and ARM), Windows, and macOS. As to installing it for the first time also adds the repository project official, existing users should already have Vivaldi 2.8 as an update in the software center or it will appear in the next few hours.