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Vivaldi for Android Automotive OS

Vivaldi for Android Automotive is a full-scale web browser with advanced tab management, streaming ability, and top security measures.

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World’s first web browser for Android Automotive OS

Vivaldi for Android Automotive brings the power and functionality of a full-fledged browser to your car. Choose your preferred car brand below to get started.

See Vivaldi in action

Vivaldi is a new take on how web browsers should work in cars. It gives you complete control of how it looks, feels and works.

Stay connected

Turn your car into a work-friendly space with the help of Vivaldi browser.

Connect a keyboard, take your next video call from the driver’s seat, as you listen to your favorite music. Keep your most frequently used apps within easy reach while you’re out and about.

Stream your favorites

Vivaldi for Android Automotive makes it easy to stream your favorite shows, music, and podcasts right from your dash.

The best part? You can access your favorite streaming services, without the need for third-party apps.

Super intuitive & feature-packed

Use built-in tools that keep you in total control of your data, without sacrificing performance or usability. Features include a built-in ad blocker, privacy-friendly translation tool, reading list, notes function, tracking protection, and encrypted sync functionality, all right out-of-the-box.

Vivaldi is the browser that belongs to you. And we plan to keep it that way.

How to install Vivaldi on Android Automotive

Step 1
- Open the Google Play app and search for "Vivaldi Browser"

Step 2
- Open the Vivaldi app page and click the "Install" button

Step 3
- Launch the Vivaldi app from your home screen and start exploring!

Having trouble?
Get help on the Vivaldi Forum or reach out to us at [email protected].

About Vivaldi

Vivaldi is a browser that adapts to you, not the other way around.

Whether you’re at home, at the office, or on the go, we aim to deliver a unique, customizable, and privacy-friendly browser experience to you.

Vivaldi’s core mission is to build the most flexible and feature-packed browser with two ground rules: privacy is a default, and everything’s an option. In practice, this means building flexible software that protects your privacy but also does not track how you use it. Vivaldi believes private and secure software should be the rule, not the exception.

Privacy first

We are transparent about how we handle your data. Private browsing data is not stored by the car. When logged into a Vivaldi account, browsing data may be shared between other devices logged into the same account, with the encrypted sync functionality. This data is not shared with the car manufacturer.

No shortcuts to safety

To ensure driver and passenger safety, you can use the browser only while parked. When you start driving, streaming content will continue audio-only.

Trusted by millions of users

Having no external investors gives us the freedom to listen to our users and, together with them, build the browser they deserve.

2 400 000+Active users
1 350 000+Community members
0Outside investors

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Vivaldi web browser will allow drivers and passengers to watch, shop and browse all from the comfort of the driver's seat, without having to pick up a smartphone or tablet.

Norwegian tech company Vivaldi wasn’t content making web browsers for smartphones and computing devices. The company has made the first web browser for the Android Automotive OS.

Being pretty much the full browser experience means that drivers get ad-blocking, tabbed browsing and all the goodies their tablet-owning chums are used to. Provided they have parked up first, of course. Get rolling again, and streaming content will continue in audio-only form.

A major benefit is that the Vivaldi browser opens up the opportunity to stream video content from multiple sites/platforms such as YouTube — which was not possible on Android Automotive before.