It also adds a calendar, confidential web page translator and news reader.
The fourth version of the Vivaldi browser has been released. The big digital changes are not accidental. Many new features have been added to the application. So far, the most interesting development is the built-in email client, which is willing to cooperate with any service provider via the POP or IMAP protocol. Multiple email accounts can be connected to the browser. For popular services, the software provides simple settings without the need to manually enter the server address and port.
Perhaps the second most important development of Vivaldi 4.0 is the built-in calendar. In addition to using a completely offline calendar, it can also be synchronized with some web calendars, such as Google Calendar. Another important innovation is that Vivaldi can now use its Lingvanex service to automatically translate text from one language to another, instead of the brand new web translator Google Translate.
According to our quick test, favoring Hungarian is not better than using Google Translate, but at least it is better for privacy protection during use.
Finally, the built-in RSS news reader is an interesting development for the smallest user base, as it may replace programs and web services used for this purpose. However, it is currently not possible to import and export OPML files containing news sources in Vivaldi, which is extremely inconvenient for people who want to migrate from existing news readers.
The installed copy of Vivaldi 4.0 will be automatically upgraded to the latest major version soon, and the browser installation kit will From the official website Can be downloaded. As always, in addition to Windows, it can also be used on macOS, Linux, and Android, although its mobile version does not include the features discussed in the news.
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