Are you looking for fun ways to add some spice and pizzazz to your calendar? Manage your time better and tap more happiness with the new Vivaldi Calendar (Beta) with its customized list of options and attention-grabbing notifications.
Thousands have flocked to see the eruption of Fagradalsfjall volcano close to Reykjavik in Iceland. Vivaldi browser devs were among the first.
You can use it to improve accessibility with options like monospace fonts and b/w filters, but you can also go crazy with skewed images and a page minimap. There’s even a CSS debugger for developers.
You can form a two-level tab stack by selecting multiple tabs. You’ll see all the tabs under the new group in another tab bar below the default one.
Web browser Vivaldi has introduced a new feature that makes it much easier to manage tabs. Two-Level Tab Stacks is a secondary row of tabs along the top of the browser window.
Vivaldi is now offering two rows of tabs — and it’s a genius way to manage lots of web pages.
Vivaldi is tempting tab hoarders with more tabs.
Looking to do something fun during the holidays this year? Vivaldi browser is your jolly companion.
The latest update to the Vivaldi web browser comes with an arcade game baked inside.
Vivaldi 3.4 adds Vivaldia, a simple “cyberpunk” game that’s installed within the browser, meaning that it can be run while connected to the Internet or offline.
Vivaldi now comes with a built-in game called Vivaldia, a retro side-scroller set in a cyberpunk universe. The game is available with version 3.4 of the browser, and can be played both online and offline across Windows, Max, Linux, and Android.
With Vivaldi browser’s latest versions on desktop and Android out, the last two weeks have been buzzing with excitement. Let’s listen to some of the rattle the news has made.