Submit or vote for features that you'd like to see in Vivaldi's browser for Android.
Firefox for Android used to have an "open in background" feature. When you tapped on a link, it would open the link as a tab in Firefox, and display an "Opened in Firefox. Switch?" message. You could tap on "Switch" and be taken to Firefox, or continue doing what you're doing and open Firefox later.
After Firefox switched to its current engine, that feature seems to have gone wayside. I used it all the time, though. I would appreciate if Vivaldi could do the same.
Do you thought create your own compositions for the speeddial? It uses images of 440x360px JPG, PNG (with or w/out transparency) and GIF.
I let drop it...
I use a Photoshop template and create my custom speedials and adapt'em to my style and the Vivaldi's theme
Can confirm this is an issue with Keepass2Android too and still not working despite turning off Passwords in Vivaldi Settings. Doesn't work with web apps. Originally thought Swiftkey was the issue. This is huge and I can't see why it hasn't been fixed yet. This is not just a bug but makes Vivaldi on Android go from being my primary browser to a browser I can't use.
@JulianX Did you install Vivaldi from the Google Play store, what is the URL of the one you installed?
There have been others trying to "impersonate" Vivaldi but Google should've removed them now.
@derDay , you cannot prevent pages from discover adblockers in the browser. In Vivaldi PC you can use Tampermonkey with corresponding scripts, but even this does not completely prevent websites from detecting it, many webmasters also know these tricks.
The only possibility is to avoid it from the OS (DNS), not from the browser. From the Browser you can only block the ads, but not that the site discover the adblocker.
The work efficiency of the Vivaldi dev team is too low. A bug that annoys users is so frustrating that it hasn't been solved for such a long time.
FYI: Enabling the Bitwarden Auto-fill Accessibility Service affects the phone "secure startup" (device encryption) negatively! Check this year old reddit post: https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitwarden/comments/c3u371/is_there_a_reason_to_use_bitwardens_accessibility/?sort=old
On my Android 9 phone, the "Use Bitwarden?" prompt says:
If you turn on Bitwarden, your device won't use your screen lock to enhance data encryption.
So in order to use Bitwarden with Vivaldi on Android, you need to turn on the Bitwarden Accessibility Service and then you lose device security. It's bonkers like one of the commenters on the reddit topic wrote.
Somebody wrote on Bitwarden GitHub that on Android 10 the "native" Auto-fill Service works, I don't know exactly on which browser he meant, Chrome or Vivaldi.