It's your web. Surf it the way you want
You spend a lot of time on the web. You deserve a browser that is personal, has the functionality you need and the flexibility you crave. You deserve Vivaldi so we made it for you. Enjoy!Try it now
The world is a colorful place because we are all different and unique. We at Vivaldi believe in making software that lets you do things your way. We adapt to you! With Vivaldi you can customize the browser the way you want. Do you prefer the browser tabs placed at the bottom or on the side of the window? Or, a different location for the address bar? Whether it's your keyboard shortcuts, mouse gestures, appearance or a modification to address color blindness, Vivaldi gives you the tools.Get customizing
Found that perfect quote for your essay or article? Copy that text to the notes panel, adding a link at the same time. Add a screen shot, just in case the page changes.Start writing notes
Do you tend to keep many tabs open in your browser? Organize the view using Tab Stacking. This feature lets you group multiple tabs into one. Just drag a tab over to another for an uncomplicated grouping. With Tab Stack Tiling, you can display multiple tabs side by side or in a grid layout. Through multiple tab stacks that are tiled, you have multiple desktops, which you can switch between with a single click. More power to you!Try Vivaldi
When buying a new car, you are given a choice of colors and customized features. With Vivaldi, you aren’t limited to our sense of style. Drive your own style with our many included themes, or easily make your own!
Do you like command line control? Then Vivaldi is sure to delight. Quick Commands let you search through open tabs, bookmarks, history, settings and more from a command line interface.
Vivaldi ’s color scheme will adapt as you browse the web, much like a chameleon adapts to its surroundings. A clean and modern look complements the content. Facebook turns Vivaldi blue, The Verge will make it orange – If you so wish.
Vivaldi has mouse gestures and keyboard shortcuts for most things. Make your own gestures and add your own keyboard shortcuts and make Vivaldi even more personal. Enable single key keyboard shortcuts for even faster access to your favorite commands.
How many bookmarks do you have in your browser? 56, 225, or 1056? If you use bookmarks a lot, you have come to the right place! With Vivaldi's bookmark manager you can organize and access your bookmark efficiently. You can set your own tags and nicks for lightning fast access.
Add some of your favorite sites as a web panel for quick and easy access. Great for dictionaries, news feeds and more. Feel free to experiment!
Jon von Tetzchner's Vivaldi project is aimed at delivering an advanced browser, but its innovation process isn't just about big new features.Read Original Article ↗
The following is an update to our browser engine (Chromium). Such updates can cause new bugs and regressions in behaviour. Please compare it against the last snapshot and let us know if you see any new issues.Read Original Article ↗
Today's snapshot adds a new reader mode icon to the address field, improves tab dragging between windows, adds a few more settings and fixes some very annoying bugs!Read Original Article ↗
Being a pro at keyboard shortcuts doesn’t just boost your geek factor, there are several actual reasons why you should use shortcuts more often. Here at Vivaldi, we use them all the time. This is why we not only give users so many shortcuts out of the box, but also the ability to customise each one to their own unique preference.Read Original Article ↗
In the previous snapshot we dropped a hint about a change not listed in the included changelog, a "small update". In today's snapshot, we publicly test our new "delta" based update system for Windows. If you are upgrading from the last snapshot (1.5.626.8), only the changes between the two builds will be downloaded. If you upgrade from any other build, the full installation will be downloaded.Read Original Article ↗
There are lots of nifty little features already built in, including tab previews and the ability to move tabs to any corner of the browser window.
Vivaldi is targeted at power users and might just be the browser haven you were looking for.
I’ve become addicted to Vivaldi – it has brilliant tab-management features, including a search box that lets you find an open tab by typing in keywords and a “tiling” view that lets you see several tabs side by side.