On April 22, the former CEO of Opera He launched an important update of the not so new browser that it develops. Among the most outstanding novelties that it introduced then we had new content blockers and improvements in its Pop-Out (PiP). Today June 11 It has landed Vivaldi 3.1, and as always it has introduced new features that the users to whom this browser is directed will surely like, who are partly very demanding users or simply with other needs.
The most outstanding novelty that has arrived with Vivaldi 3.1 is a note manager That we can use directly from the browser, without using any external app or installing any extension. To be more specific, what they have introduced in this version is an update to their Notes feature, one that now appears full screen and offers more options. Below you have the list of the most outstanding novelties that have arrived with Vivaldi 3.1.
Vivaldi 3.1 highlights
- Improvements to its Notes feature, which is now a full Notes Manager. The new version looks a lot like an integrated application like Microsoft Word or LibreOffice Writer, saving the distance. This includes a toolbar. This function can be accessed from the home screen. Among its functions and tools we have (access the official release note to see a more extensive explanation):
- Text formatting.
- WYSIWYG editor.
- Search for text.
- Undo / Redo.
- Word count.
- Attach images.
- Full screen editing.
- New notes can be added from a web page selection from a context menu, with quick commands, delete them and rearrange them in folders.
- Notes search.
- The notes will sync between devices in the cloud.
- Configurable menus.
- Speed improvements, such as the startup speed or the management of tabs.
Vivaldi 3.1 now is available for Windows, macOS, and Linux from your official download page, which you can access from this link. Linux users have it in DEB and RPM versions, but those of us who already had it installed will receive the update from our software center or update app, as long as our distro added its repository automatically.