Software update: Vivaldi 5.0 – PC – Downloads

Vivaldi logo (75 pixels) Version 5.0 of the Vivaldi web browser has been released. Vivaldi is a web browser developed by former Opera employees. It mainly focuses on power users and Opera users before switching to Chromium, although this browser also relies on it. Vivaldi has extensive capabilities such as mouse gestures, tab stacking, extended keyboard shortcuts, and annotations on web pages. The browser is free and is developed for Windows, Linux, macOS, and since version 3.4 also for Android. In version 5.0 we find, among other things, new possibilities to adjust the appearance and web pages can be translated from a side panel:

Vivaldi 5.0: Announcing sharable themes, a translation panel with automatic translations, and more.

Achieve personalization in the latest version of Vivaldi for desktop and laptop computers. Create browser themes with a brand new editor, share them with the world and install themes from the community in one click. On the productivity front, the new translation panel allows for instant translation of highlighted text.

Unapologetic for breaking conventions, we’re introducing Vivaldi’s signature features in their new, powerful form. You can now share themes – a great way to unlock unlimited possibilities to express yourself every day.

When it comes to our features, we love to give you multiple options to work with. This is practically a law in Vivaldi. We also consider your privacy as our top priority.

That is why Vivaldi Translate app is powered by Lingfanx, our alternative to Big Tech’s translation tools, gives you a new built-in translation panel – a new, convenient way to translate selected web pages and texts safely and quickly. With One-step machine translation option, It converts web subtitles and Lets you translate text snippets instantly, without any extra clicks

Most of the popular translation tools are from companies that collect data, but Vivaldi Translate keeps your privacy first. Only Vivaldi’s servers are included, which means you don’t have to share what you’re reading with Big Tech’s “prying eyes.”

While our desktop update shines bright, Vivaldi has leveled up on Android today as well, featuring a new and improved tab interface. Unique to Vivaldi, bi-level tab stacks have now come to mobile phones and tablets. Tablet enthusiasts in particular will enjoy a sleek new design that includes a true side panel. Read all about Android news Here.

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