Vivaldi v3.4 adds configurable context menus and arcade game
The latest version of the Vivaldi web browser introduces more than just numerous quality of life improvements and helpful features; it also includes a built-in 80s-style side scrolling arcade game.
The latest release of Vivaldi on Android and desktop PCs features a multitude of improvements, some exclusive to each respective platform:
For desktop, notable Vivaldi 3.4 features include support for customizable context menus with support for reordering, adding, and removing actions; the ability to refresh web pages in customized periodic intervals to ensure you're viewing the latest published iteration; and the ability to take and import screenshots directly into Vivaldi's built-in note interface.
For Android devices (including smartphones, tablets, and Chromebooks), Vivaldi 3.4 includes an improved and more customizable Speed Dial (with support for large, small, and list-styled layouts, as well as support for customizing start page layouts), as well as improvements to translations, design, performance, and an updated version of Chromium powering the browser.
Both the desktop and Android versions of version 3.4 include a built-in video game. In a humorous way, the Vivaldia side scrolling arcade-like game is a direct competitor and alternative to the dinosaur and desert-themed endless runner present on Google Chrome's error pages. Accessible via a floating button on the browser's start page as well as other customizable shortcuts, Viivaldia features a fleshed out cyberpunk setting and crime-fighting heroine. The game includes controls that fit each form factor, with keyboard for desktop PCs and Chromebooks and touch-based control for smart devices.
Vivaldi 3.4 is available now for Windows, macOS, Linux, and Android operating systems. See the full changelog for the desktop release here and the Android release here.
Further coverage: Vivaldi Blog (1 | 2 | 3)