If about 24 hours ago We talked about the latest release of Firefox, and that it was a version with new features but none really important, today it was the turn of the browser with the name of a musician that was founded by the ex-CEO of Opera. Vivaldi has always introduced novelties that attract attention, or that or are better presented, and in Vivaldi 5.2 it has happened again. thrown out A few hours ago, it has reintroduced something interesting, at least for those who also use it on Android.
La reading list, also known as "read later", was available for some time, but we had to have it in the area where the extensions are also displayed. Vivaldi has a famous panel from where we can access something like web apps, the translator, calendar, mail... and from today we can also access the reading list. The best thing is that, if it is used on Android, everything will be synchronized, and things get better if we take into account that we can also have notes everywhere (except on an Apple mobile).
Vivaldi 5.2 highlights
- Reading list on the panel. The best thing about this without a doubt is that it now also syncs with Android. The Reading List has also gotten better at managing the list, as it can now be easily searched and filtered, and efficiently sorted and organized.
- Since Vivaldi 5.2, privacy statistics information is now displayed in real time (I have almost 200 trackers blocked from Google in the 20min that I have the PC connected to the internet).
- Qwant has returned as an optional search engine. This is a French engine designed with privacy in mind.
- Tabs now crawl better, and everything feels more natural and intuitive.
- Improved mail, calendar and RSS feed reader.
Vivaldi 5.2 can now be downloaded from the official project page, in DEB and RPM packages for Linux users.