Vivaldi Technologies has already released their new update for their browser. In other words, Vivaldi 6.4 is now available, and this new version comes with several improvements and features that will make user experience more satisfying. For instance, pop-up videos are one of the elements that have received specific enhancements.
Apparently, these pop-up videos (Picture-in-Picture) now feature a sliding volume control, allowing users to adjust the volume on the go. Additionally, Picture-in-Picture can be enabled by clicking on the video in question when the cursor is directly above it. Among its other novelties, it’s worth mentioning that the controls for these pop-up videos will now include a close button and another to return to the previous tab, for example.
Vivaldi 6.4 is now available
Following the updates to this browser, it’s worth mentioning that Vivaldi’s integrated calendar now allows users to create templates to highlight events that occur regularly, such as birthdays or work meetings, among other things. This feature aims to enhance user organization and productivity. Additionally, with this new version of Vivaldi, several improvements have been made that are worth mentioning.
Vivaldi 6.4 has made corrections to the address bar, bookmarks, tabs, menus, history, and various other parts of the browser. If you’re interested in all the details of these improvements, don’t hesitate to visit the blog post they’ve published, which contains comprehensive information about this new version of their browser. There, you can find detailed explanations about the updates and corrections, providing answers to any questions you might have.
Furthermore, considering that this browser was recently launched on iPhone and iPad, Vivaldi 6.4 is now available on Windows, macOS, Android, iOS, and Raspberry Pi. To conclude, here’s an important excerpt from their official post, which is crucial if you’re interested in understanding how your data is handled from now on.
“Keeping your data safe is our priority. That’s why we store synchronization data on our own servers in Iceland. Although we use the Chromium sync engine, we have modified it to use our own server instead of Google’s servers. This means you don’t need to entrust your data to Google. We have also added encryption to the data, using an encryption password to which we have no access on our servers, ensuring that only you can access it,” they state.