The Vivaldi web browser'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 the web browser blue, The Verge will make it orange — if you wish so.
No need for tab-cycling through web page content anymore when you can move in every axis using arrow keys. Get anywhere on the web page fast just with your keyboard.
Have multiple computers that you want to keep in sync? Vivaldi Sync enables just that. Your bookmarks, history, passwords and settings can all be synchronised across different instances of Vivaldi browser through our encrypted Sync infrastructure. Coming soon.
Your E-mail client built right into your web browser! That’s right. E-mail is still pretty important to many of us. Looking for a robust, efficient, light-weight and good looking e-mail client? You’ll find one where it belongs in Vivaldi. We call it M3. Stay tuned for updates.
Your browser, your way.
We are all unique and we want different things. The Vivaldi web browser adapts to you, not the other way around. Do you like the browser tabs placed at the bottom or on the side of the window? Maybe you prefer a different address bar location too? With Vivaldi you’ll be able to customize all that plus much more, such as your keyboard shortcuts, mouse gestures and so on.
Control everything in your browser from one place. You’ll love it.
Are you a keyboard person? Then you’re in luck. Quick Commands lets you search through open tabs, bookmarks, history, settings and more with one single keyboard shortcut. We aim to make the Quick Commands menu highly customizable, allowing you to create your own commands and run them instantly.
Organize Your Tabs.
Too many unorganized tabs in your web browser can quickly become a bit messy, making it hard to find the tab you are looking for. Organize your tabs using Tab stacks! They let you group multiple tabs under a single tab. Just drag a tab over to another for easy grouping.
Easy to use, always there when you need them.
Take notes and add screen shots of web pages while browsing right in the Notes panel. The notes can remember relevant web sites, store attachments such as a screen shots, or allow you to add tags to easily organize and locate it later.
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.
Vivaldi does seem to combine a fresh new look with an impressively old-school appeal to the power user, and it may well find its niche.