People who are involved in the open-source community often ask us why Vivaldi browser isn’t available under a unified open-source license. Here we explain why.
Vivaldi 3.0 landed with a built-in Ad blocker. Here’s why we took this step (along with advice on how to help your favorite websites still generate revenue).
Vivaldi incorporates DuckDuckGo’s Tracker Radar-powered blocklist. Here’s what that means for your browsing.
Starting with the upcoming Stable release, we will change the way we count our users, gradually dropping the use of the unique ID for user counting.
Have you ever wondered how browsers handle the user-facing portion of data-encryption? Julien Picalausa explains this in details, as well as goes into how Vivaldi’s encryption key is handled.
Vivaldi can now seamlessly and securely sync your data between multiple computers. Our Sync lead takes a look at what we’ve accomplished so far and what’s next for Vivaldi’s Sync.
We have been a bit quiet on the Sync front but that’s only because we’ve been very busy working on the Sync server. Take a look at this important timeline.
It’s here – the first Snapshot with Sync. Now we need your help to test it.
Missed our live coding stream of work on Sync? No worries – we’ve pulled together the answers to our users burning questions into one handy blog post.
We’re working on Sync – and showing you the code. Live.
Hi folks and Happy New Year!
I’ve just joined Vivaldi as a developer and came across a curious issue – some websites distributing Vivaldi installers that have a potentially unwanted software.