Users are increasingly concerned about apps and services holding too much personal information. Time to review who knows what about you?
General At Vivaldi Technologies AS (“Vivaldi”), protecting your privacy is one of our top priorities. We strictly protect the security of your personal information within Vivaldi’s websites. We do not share or sell your data with any third party. We protect user data from disclosure, with exceptions only requested by law or court order. […]
The Vivaldi Community hit a major milestone over the weekend. A massive thank you to all 100,000 members of the Vivaldi Community from around the globe!
We’re looking for a new Community and Support Manager to join our team in Oslo. Read on for the details!
We love to hear from our Vivaldi community members and know more on how they use our browser. Meet Rafael, Vivaldi’s youngest volunteer!
We love hearing from our users about what they think about the Vivaldi browser and how they use it in their daily lives. We’ve had a chat with Yeeliberto, who has been using Vivaldi since the very beginning of our journey.
Many of you have asked how you can support the development of Vivaldi. Here’s how!
As the week ends, we are getting closer to another stable release 1.4. Our focus towards 1.4 is fixing regressions, so when reporting issues below, please focus on any regressions since the previous stable 1.3. With this snapshot we also added two new features for your themes and closed tabs.
We continue our look into how Vivaldi is being used by people in various parts of the world. We like to share user profiles at Vivaldi, not only because we are interested in everyone’s success, but also because we ourselves learn a lot about how folks interact with Vivaldi, and how we can make it better based on the advice of our friends.
Welcome to the first edition of the Vivaldi Browsercast!
Between summer games at our team outing in Magnolia we’ve been busy working on a new Snapshot build of Vivaldi. Read on to find out more!
We’re adding a new category to our blog and sharing stories from members of Vivaldi’s community. Today we’re publishing the story from Bruce (also known as ayespy in Vivaldi’s Forum and in the comments), who has helped many of us.