Users can organize and customize the shortcuts and web bookmarks of saved sites. If you want to use a specific search engine instead of navigating directly to the home page, you can also type a custom nickname in the address bar, such as using the single letter "d" to refer to DuckDuckGo.
In addition, the user can print notes without switching to a separate App. The developer says the Android version of the Vivaldi browser also supports bookmark synchronization, automatic password/ information filling, and those described in the desktop/ mobile session.
It is worth mentioning that the Android version of Vivaldi browser still uses end-to-end data encryption by default, which is similar to Mozilla Firefox account synchronization. Unfortunately, the public test version still lacks some cool features, such as stacking tags into pieces.