Vivaldi’s latest update on desktop and notebooks lets you expand tab groups with Accordion Tabs and run browser commands in a sequence with a single shortcut. Download Vivaldi 4.1.
This letter has been sent by the undersigned to EU & US regulators, to urge them to take action on banning surveillance-based ads, as recommended by the Norwegian Consumer Council.
Recently, the Norwegian Consumer Council published a report calling for a ban on surveillance-based advertising. Vivaldi co-founder and CEO, Jon von Tetzchner, supports this initiative and explains why it’s time to free ourselves from constant surveillance and highly personalized targeting of users on the internet.
With our biggest launch of the year, we aim to give you a real alternative to Big Tech. Today’s update expands our integrated tools in the browser with major additions: Vivaldi Translate and the much-awaited beta versions of Vivaldi Mail, Calendar, and Feed Reader.
The new version Vivaldi 3.8 offers relief from annoying cookie dialogs and Google’s FLoC, an invasive privacy technology. Rebuilds its Panels and adds quick bookmarking options.
Vivaldi 3.8, the new version allows you to change the app’s language independent of your OS settings, offers the option to block cookie dialogs, adds quick ways to access the Start Page.
Why Vivaldi browser will not support Google’s FLoC, a new suite of technologies to target ads on the web.
Performance gains dominate the new update of the Vivaldi browser. The update also includes native support for Apple M1 machines and more customizable options in built-in features.
Easier bookmarking of websites and more ways to explore Vivaldi are the highlights of the new version of the browser.
Customizable web pages, a built-in QR scanner, improved Speed Dials, and support for external download managers arrive in Vivaldi on Android and Chromebooks.
The first browser to introduce a second level in the tab bar for managing tab groups: Two-Level Tab Stacks on Windows, Mac and Linux computers.
Irrespective of this unusually different year, Vivaldi continued to grow and evolve. Read more about this ‘quarantine’ year from Vivaldi CEO Jon von Tetzchner.