Vivaldi 3.3 for Android Brings Full-Page Blocking & Configurable Address and Tab Bars

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Vivaldi 3.3 for Android Brings Full-Page Blocking & Configurable Address and Tab Bars
Earlier this week, Vivaldi rolled out v3.3 replace to the desktop model of its browser. The firm has now launched an replace to Vivaldi for Android. The replace brings options like full-page ad-blocking and configurable deal with bar & tab bar.

With this replace, now you can transfer the tab bar and deal with bar to the underside portion of the person interface. If you’re somebody who prefers the deal with bar and tab bar on the prime portion of the browser, you’ll be able to proceed utilizing that setup as effectively.

To tweak the place of the deal with bar, open Vivaldi browser, navigate to Settings -> Appearance, and faucet on ‘Address Bar at Bottom’. The firm had improved the consistency of the underside bar within the earlier replace.

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Image: Vivaldi

Vivaldi 3.3 brings assist for full-page blocking in Tracker and AdvertBlockers. “Users providing their own sets of rules can now use the ‘document’ option in block rules to block whole pages. This is a step towards greater compatibility with the uBlock Origin rule set,” says the corporate.

The replace additionally provides menu gadgets with navigation buttons when the deal with bar is ready to be on the backside. Take a have a look at the official changelog beneath:

  • [New] Address bar on the backside VAB-959
  • [New][Blocker] Add assist for blocking entire pages: if blocking rule that has the ‘document’ possibility, it can block the entire web page VB-69867
  • [Menus] Add menu merchandise with navigation buttons when the deal with bar is within the backside VAB-2174
  • [UI] Unify Accent colour with Desktop browser VAB-2119
  • Upgraded Chromium to 85.0.4183.84
  • Updated translations

Vivaldi 3.3 is now rolling out through Google Play Store. You also can obtain the APK from Vivaldi’s official website.

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