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Vivaldi web browser continues to enrich personal customization with new custom theme scheduling

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While Chrome still dominates as the most popular web browser, Vivaldi continues to surpass the Google giant in personal customization in web browsing.

Today, Vivaldi launched Version 1.4 that allows you to take charge of scheduling themes along with improved web panels. Now you can schedule which theme you want for your web browser for anytime of the day.

The new feature allows you to switch your favorite theme according to your schedule as many times as you want during the day – be it when you leave for or arrive at work, or when it’s time to call it a day or night. Theme scheduling makes Vivaldi the only browser which changes the theme automatically.

Already preferred by the likes of Gizmodo, BGR, and Digital Trends, Vivaldi’s versatility is a hit among tech enthusiasts, and the updates keep on coming.

“Vivaldi is all about putting the user in control,” said CEO Jon von Tetzchner. “Whether it’s improving the personalization by adding custom themes, increasing privacy, or giving more options and features, we put our users first with everything we do. We want to make browsing safer, more personal, more productive and more fun for everyone.”

And the upgrades keep on coming for the company based out of Oslo with offices in Reykjavik, Boston and Palo Alto.

Just last month Vivaldi launched Version 1.3, which included Custom Themes to add a new dimension to personalization, protection for WebRTC IP leakage to improve privacy, and more mouse gestures to name just a few.

Vivaldi’s revolutionary tab tiling and stacking lets you group multiple tabs into one by dragging a tab over to another for an uncomplicated grouping. With Tab Stack Tiling, you can display multiple tabs side by side or in a grid layout. Through multiple tab stacks that are tiled, you have multiple desktops, which you can switch between with a single click.

Other featured highlights include a note-taking panel, quick commands, and its colorful, adaptive interface.

Just because something has the big name backing of Google, like Chrome, doesn’t mean it’s the best. Vivaldi continues to enrich personal browsing through its social technology, and its constant updates ensure that plenty of new innovation is always in the works.

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Tim Hinchliffe
Tim Hinchliffe is the editor of The Sociable. His passions include writing about how technology impacts society and the parallels between Artificial Intelligence and Mythology. Previously, he was a reporter for the Ghanaian Chronicle in West Africa and an editor at Colombia Reports in South America. tim@sociable.co