Vivaldi launches first search engine for Android Automotive

Google’s new Android Automotive the operating system is not yet available on many cars, and the choice of applications can sometimes be limited. However, the company added a web browser Vivaldi which is available at Polestar vehicles 2.

Vivaldi emphasizes user safety as a priority

Vivaldi states that security has been one of its top priorities when transferring search engines to Android Automotive. Therefore, it is only possible to start the search when your car is parked. If you start streaming something and then continue driving, Vivaldi will limit video to audio only.

Of course, privacy was also a priority for the team. The browser will not store your browsing data in the car whenever you open a private card. If you want to transfer your data between devices, you can do so by logging in to your device Vivaldi nalog. That information is something the company says it is Polestar will not be able to access.

Android Automotive version of Vivaldi it is based on the company’s mobile edition. You will not find some features available in the desktop version. For example, it is not possible to download files and scan QR codes. Otherwise, there is not much difference between Android Automotive releases and other versions of Vivaldi, and the company says updates will come regularly.

Source: Engadget

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