When the former CEO of Opera left the company, few of us could imagine that the browser project he would develop would move so quickly. At only 4 years old, it has become the favorite of many users, especially those looking for some customization or are developers. Today, Vivaldi Technologies launched Vivaldi 3.0, a new major release that has introduced notable novelties that justify the change in the number of the 2.11 to 3.0 included in this version.
Probably the most notable novelty that comes with Vivaldi 3.0 is that it has included a new content blocker. Like other browsers like Firefox, the new Vivaldi will block trackers, better known in English as Trackers. To do this, they have incorporated the DuckDuckGo block list Radar TrackerTherefore, in addition to not being followed by the browser, now we cannot be tracked by third-party companies either. But trackers are not the only thing that will block.
Vivaldi 3.0 highlights
- Trackers blocker. This version will block trackers thanks to its collaboration with DuckDuckGo.
- Ad blocker.
- Clock in the status bar.
- Spatian Navigation has received a major improvement: using Shift and the movement keys, it is now possible to find any link in fewer clicks, which is much faster.
- Improvements in Pop-out, Vivaldi's Picture-in-Picture. Now it can be deactivated.
- Multi-tasking in Panels, a dashboard that can be expanded in the sidebar and includes tools such as downloads, favorites, history, web panels, window panels and notes.
- Tab organization improvements.
- Tools like screenshots are now faster to work with.
- Easier navigating the new history and customizable shortcuts and mouse gestures.
- Improvements in synchronization between devices.
- More improvements to the customization of the user interface.
- Fast forward / backward for search results.
Vivaldi 3.0 It is now available for all systems supported from the website the author that we can access from this link. For existing users, the new version will already be waiting as an update. An Android version is also available, but with less new features than those mentioned in this article.