The Vivaldi browser for iPhones and iPads has been officially released after months of beta testing. Users can now download the app from the App Store, allowing them to enjoy the same features that Android and desktop users have been experiencing. One standout feature is the browser’s desktop-style Tab Bar, which displays tabs at the top of the interface, resembling a computer experience. To accommodate smaller screens, a Tab Switcher is also included, providing a snapshot of all open tabs and allowing users to easily switch between them.
Another unique feature of Vivaldi is its built-in Notes capability. By long-pressing on highlighted text on websites, users can automatically save the text to their notes. Additionally, the browser offers a Reading List feature, allowing users to save pages for later reading without overcrowding the Tab Bar. Privacy is a priority for Vivaldi, as it includes a built-in ad and tracker blocker that users can activate and customize in the Privacy Settings. This feature provides users with greater control over their online experiences.
Overall, the release of Vivaldi for iOS devices brings the browser’s impressive features to a wider audience. Its desktop-style Tab Bar and convenient Tab Switcher make multitasking and navigating between tabs effortless. The built-in Notes and Reading List features add convenience for users who want to save and organize content. With its emphasis on privacy and customization, Vivaldi offers a unique browsing experience for those who seek a truly individualized web experience on their iPhones and iPads.