The war to be the most complete web browser intensifies: Vivaldi, one of the best alternatives to Google Chrome, updates its Android application improve the reading of articles with the new reading list. Additionally, those using Vivaldi on their phones can now translate web pages with the company’s own translator.
Web browsing is one of the most common tasks on a smartphone. Even if the applications are available: it is often simpler, and takes up less space, use the different services through its pages
Vivaldi extends desktop possibilities to Android
The famous browser is well known on computers, less so on mobiles. For the office, it tends to anticipate the functions that will later also land on the smartphone; what happens with the latest version of Android, already available: Vivaldi 5.2 is stable on Google Play.
The main novelty of the browser is its playlist. Thanks to it, Vivaldi for Android lets you save web pages so you can read them later. This playlist syncs with other platforms in order to allow access to articles regardless of the device: a page can be saved on the mobile and read on the computer, vice versa as well.
The Reading List allows you to save items, differentiating them by read and unread, perfect for knowing everything that is pending review. Besides, no internet connection is required to access saved items
The other big new feature of Vivaldi 5.2 for Android is the translation of web pages using Vivaldi’s own platform. This tool allows you to translate the entire web page into the desired language, as well as translates a selection of text and even saves a history of translations. Without sending data to other companies: all connections are established with Vivaldi servers.
The update is now available on Google Play: just go to the store to download the new version. And if you haven’t tried Vivaldi yet, now is a good time to give it a try.
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