The new version Vivaldi 3.4 steps it up with configurable context menus, automatic reloading of pages on desktop, and improved Speed Dial layout on Android. Also introduces Vivaldia, the real 80s arcade-style game, on both platforms.
The new version Vivaldi 3.4 steps it up with configurable context menus, automatic reloading of pages, and for the first time, a real 80s arcade-style game – Vivaldia.
Vivaldi launches Vivaldia – a real 80s arcade-style game built into the browser. Play it in the Vivaldi browser on your Windows, Mac, and Linux computers as well as on Android devices.
Vivaldi on Android gets improved Speed Dial layouts and introduces Vivaldia, the real 80s arcade-style game built into the browser.
The latest version of Vivaldi on Android offers Address Bar and Tab Bar that can move to the bottom or top of the user interface. Also supports full-page blocking.
Vivaldi 3.3 on desktop and notebooks arrives with a Break Mode, a new default Theme for Private Window, clickable parts of URLs in the Address Bar, base domain highlighting, and improved Tracker and Ad Blocker.
As Internet Explorer enters end-of-life, Vivaldi browser co-founder and CEO Jon von Tetzchner remembers its controversial legacy and argues that its loss is not really a loss.
Manage custom blocking lists in Vivaldi on Android’s integrated Tracker and Ad Blocker, view buttons and switch between different types of tabs from the bottom of the user interface – in the new version Vivaldi 3.2.
The new version Vivaldi 3.2 on desktop and notebooks offers a more complete Pop-out Video (Picture-in-Picture) with a mute button and includes overall improvements.
Vivaldi 3.1 arrives with powerful viewing and editing options in the new Notes Manager. Available on Windows, macOS, and Linux, it also sports configurable menus and is faster on startup.
The latest version of Vivaldi on Android polishes the browser’s rich feature set that includes real tabs, integrated Ad and Tracker blocker, built-in Notes, customizable Speed Dials, and much more.
Vivaldi CEO Jon von Tetzchner reflects on two months of lockdown and launching Vivaldi 3.0 and Vivaldi on Android during a pandemic.