Vivaldi, a web browser that has been undergoing beta testing for iOS devices, is now available for public release. The browser, available for iPhones and iPads, can be downloaded from the App Store. One of the standout features of Vivaldi is its desktop-style Tab Bar, which displays tabs neatly at the top of the interface, similar to how they are shown on computers. However, since mobile devices have smaller screens, there is also a Tab Switcher that provides a snapshot of all open tabs, allowing users to easily switch between them.
Additionally, Vivaldi for iOS includes a built-in Notes feature that automatically saves highlighted text from websites. Users can long press on the text and select the “Copy to note” option. To prevent the Tab Bar from becoming cluttered, users can save pages to the browser’s Reading List for later reading. The browser also offers an ad and tracker blocker, which can be enabled and customized under the Privacy settings. Users are able to manage blocking levels on a per-website basis.
Overall, Vivaldi for iPhones and iPads brings the features that Android and desktop users have been enjoying to iOS devices. With its unique Tab Bar and Tab Switcher, as well as convenient features like the built-in Notes and Reading List, Vivaldi aims to provide a seamless browsing experience for mobile users. The inclusion of an ad and tracker blocker also enhances user privacy and control over their online experience.