Talk about browsers on Android it may make us almost hopelessly think of Chrome. And despite how well known Google’s proposal is, there are many more options. There is Firefox, Edge (the new Chromium-based, Opera, Dolphin … or as in this case Vivaldi, a browser originating from PC which also wants to gain a presence in the mobile market.
Now Vivaldi releases version 3.4 of its browser. A version that comes with some improvements in terms of the interface and that also bets on the more playful aspect by integrating an arcade game that we can use even in those moments when we do not have a network connection.
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The new version of Vivaldi arrives with availability for Android devices, mobiles or tablets, which have Android 5 or a higher version. Vivaldi with this update gets an improved design, so that users can see and choose between different layouts on the home page. The page, Speed Dial, allows you to choose between three types of view.
Also, the new version comes with changes to the layout of icons and other menu items with the aim of making navigation more comfortable.
The other great novelty comes focused on the leisure aspect with the inclusion of Vivaldia, a game in the style Cyberpunk but with arcade and pixelated air, following in the wake of the games that flooded arcade machines in the 80s.
Vivaldia is a speed game that allows you to play with a crosshead or directional pad on the screen and that also does not require being connected, so that we can continue playing even without having the Wi-Fi or data connection active.
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Jose Antonio Carmona