Discover Vivaldi, the all-in-one browser for surfing the web, managing emails and RSS feeds
The latest version of the Norwegian alternative web browser, Vivaldi now allows users to surf the Internet while managing their email, calendar and RSS feeds, all through the same platform. All of these tools are integrated into a single program focused on user privacy and data protection.
This new update is the biggest in the history of Vivaldi, a web browser originally launched in 2015 to appeal to disgruntled Opera users unhappy with the browser’s evolution. Formerly the prerogative of IT specialists, Vivaldi could well appeal to a wider audience with these new, very practical features, all condensed into a single tool.
Via a dedicated tab, Vivaldi now offers its own integrated mailbox, allowing users to manage all or part of their accounts in a single and perfectly secure interface. Note that those who wish can even create a new account with Vivaldi.
As its name suggests, Vivaldi Calendar is at your disposal to manage events with private or shared appointments. Meanwhile, the Vivaldi Feed Reader tab offers a traditional RSS feed reader, allowing easy access to content from indexed sites.
And, on top of that, Vivaldi now integrates a translation service, powered by Lingvanex. With one click, users can translate entire web pages into around 50 languages.
Each of these new tools essentially offers an alternative to the services provided by Google, making Vivaldi a real alternative to Chrome, with the added benefit of enhanced privacy. Indeed, Vivaldi guarantees not to have access to the data of its users. It also integrates the automatic blocking of advertising trackers, thanks to DuckDuckGo’s “Tracker Radar” technology and its real-time list of the most common trackers.
All this comes naturally in addition to existing functionalities, such as grouping pages in the same tab, taking notes or generating QR codes. – Relaxnews