Now Vivaldi users will be able to check their emails, calendars and RSS feeds through the browser’s built-in tools: Version 4.0 is being launched todayand includes a beta version of Vivaldi Mail, which promises a more proprietary alternative to web apps produced by Big Tech companies. Even if Vivaldi puts aside any privacy gains, Vivaldi offers users something they might like: a “one-size-fits-all” app for reviewing, emailing, and scheduling.
The email client supports IMAP and POP accounts, so you can connect most of your email services to it, and you can easily open the message window in tabs instead of occupying the window – if you have the type you need most often if you want. jump between emails. The search is very fast, in my experience.
The calendar and RSS reader also includes most of the features I expected and very nice bonuses. For example, the RSS reader also supports YouTube channels, which can be handy for those who are worried about deciding not to show the artist’s videos.
Another title feature of this Vivaldi update is the internal translation. Today, the browser can translate entire web pages (automatically if you want) into 50 languages, but the company says it will soon expand to support 109 languages. While mail tools are only available on the desktop, the translation is also available on Vivaldi for Android.
Vivaldi has also found a solution for those who don’t want these features to take up space in their browser: you can choose from three web browsers, which gives you a basic web browser, and low-power user functions or all to work with email, calendar and RSS. All features are available, even in the Essentials layout, but they do not take up space in the interface.
Since most people manage email messages and calendars on websites, most browsers may claim to have this feature. But for those whose emails and calendars are spread over multiple accounts (like me), special tools are less annoying. Vivaldi now offers power provided with special tools with ease so you don’t have to leave your browser.