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A gimmick? Absolutely, however Vivaldi CEO Jon von Tetzchner has hinted at broader and possibly more useful functionality in the future.
The latest version of the intriguing Vivaldi browser just rolled out with an interesting addition meant to meld the Internet with your physical space.
A brand new web browser — Vivaldi — is trying to change the game. The brainchild of Jon Von Tetzchner, who gave us the Opera browser, the new browser is not for your average joe. It’s aimed at the power user and even comes with the tagline “Powerful and Personal.”
Er war einer der Gründer von Opera und bis 2010 CEO. Nun will Jon von Tetzchner seinem alten Arbeitgeber mit dem neuen Vivaldi-Browser die User abjagen.
A new browser is offering a challenge to Chrome, Explorer and Firefox by providing power users with all the additional options they could want.
Vivaldi founder Tetzchner speaks on his approach to web browsers and what Vivaldi promises to offer that no other browser can. Tetzchner also opened up about how Vivaldi is a disruption in the monotonous browser market, led by Google, Apple and Microsoft.
Having multiple apps or separate tabs open for each of your social media favourite platforms can quickly clutter up your screen. Well, clutter no longer. Welcome to Web Panels.
The new challenger in the ring is called Vivaldi.
Jon von Tetzchner’s Vivaldi project is aimed at delivering an advanced browser, but its innovation process isn’t just about big new features.
Once you’ve experimented with Vivaldi, you might never go back to your old browser.