Despite the rise of mobile applications, the web continues to be of crucial importance in our day-to-day lives, and for this reason, browsers continue to improve every day. Among the alternatives available in Spain, Vivaldi for Android continues to improve constantly to position itself as one of the best.
The browser already had useful tools such as its screenshots or one of the best content blockers available. Now, Vivaldi has just released a new update with the aim of improving customization.
Vivaldi for Android is updated with the most customizable navigation bar
Vivaldi has been updated to version 3.3, a version that, in addition to having enhanced the content blocker, includes as an important novelty the inclusion of a new, much more customizable navigation bar.
With the new update, we will have the option to choose if we want the navigation bar to be at the top or bottom of the screen. The possibility of moving the navigation bar to the bottom is of great importance, because with the growth in size of mobile screens and that they are also longer, it is difficult to access the bar with one hand.
Another customization option that is also incorporated into Vivaldi is the mode to display the tabs. In addition to the classic button that when pressing opens a menu with our tabs, we can also have a more traditional tab bar like the one we have on the PC. Again,the choice is ours.
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From the settings we will also have the option to show or hide the address bar, in addition to adding gestures to close the active tabs, one more option to have the most customizable experience.
Vivaldi version 3.3 begins to be available from today on Google Play. As usual, the deployment of this type of update could take a few hours to be available on your mobile.
The Vivaldi entry for Android is updated with the most customizable address bar appearing first in The Free Android.