Enter yet another Windows 10 browser: Vivid UWP
Steve Litchfield at 15:15 UTC, August 8th 2017
The browser the world wants on Windows 10 Mobile is, of course, Chrome (from Google), but we'll have to make do for now with a myriad third party browsers based at heart on Microsoft's EdgeHTML engine. The best of the rest so far has been
Monument Browser, but here's a quick peek at the new Vivid Browser.
Store entry (sic):
You can add multiple tabs. with multi-tab interface. (10 tab limit)
You can download the files.
You can set the tab width. (50 to 150 percent)
You can open context menu any web sites.
Context menu features:
Open in new tab.
Copy picture link.
Context menu for video:
Play and Pause.
Mute and Unmute.
It's minimalist in functions in comparison to Monument Browser, but does sport a clean look with proper tabs that can be auto or manually sized.
It's.... a web browser, with the only real benefit over Edge being the tabbed UI and tab size tweaking, unless I'm missing anything?
The tab sizing and general UI work better in landscape, of course, plus this works on Continuum, being a full UWP application.
grab Vivid Browser here in the Store. Does it float your boat?
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