Create custom gesture commands with the new ‘Vivaldi’ the chrome based free browser aimed at power users.
Vivaldi the Norwegian Software firm lead by Opera Co-Founder, Jon von Tetzchner updates its browser in every 6 months and version 1.2 being its third update since its launch in April 2015. “Vivaldi offers more customization option for its users going against the trend of simple browsing”, said Tetzchner. Up to 5 gestures can be saved to the pre-existing group of mouse gestures including horizontal and vertical lines. This can be done from the mouse settings of the browser. Keyboard shortcuts, zoom level from 20 to 500 percent, add bookmark button animation and support for 52 languages are few other features in this update.
“We are on a mission to make the most customizable web browser, because the browser that adapts to your needs is the best browser for you. And soon we will launch the integrated e-mail client”, mentioned Tetzchner.
Giving the option back to the user is more important than just keep on adding unnecessary option. The custom gesture and other features added to the latest version of Vivaldi is allowing the users to custom the browser the way they like it.