Vivaldi, the browser aimed at power users, was updated to version 1.5 today, bringing support for bulk tab commands, smart-home lighting integration, and more.
As a reminder, Vivaldi browser is built using open source technologies, like the Blink engine, Node.js, and React.js, but is not open source software. It includes features such as tab stacks, Opera-like Speed dial which supports multiple folders, as well as built-in notes, and a tool called Quick Commands, that can be used to search through the Vivaldi history, open tabs, settings, bookmarks and more.
|Vivaldi 1.5 reader view|
Changes in Vivaldi 1.5 include:
- Vivaldi now integrates with Hue color lights from Philips, which allows the browser to "synchronize your physical surroundings with the color of the web";
- you can now apply bulk commands to tabs, including dragging them into stacks or to a new window (hold Ctrl to select multiple tabs);
- the build-in notes can now automatically attach a screenshot of a web page;
- a reader mode button is now available in the address bar, and a configurable keyboard shortcut for it was added;
- built-in Chromecast support;
- support for delta updates on Windows
For more information and a complete changelog, see THIS page.
Download Vivaldi (available for Linux: 32bit and 64bit deb and rpm, Windows and Mac)