These clever ideas gave us hope for technology this year | Fast Company

December 31, 2021

Rack up your tabs: Vivaldi’s various tab management tools make it a great web browser for productivity, but its most ingenious idea yet is the two-level tab stack. This allows each tab to have its own secondary row of tabs underneath, so you can group similar web pages together without cluttering up your main tab bar. The same feature is also available in Vivaldi’s Android browser, in case you also suffer from tab overload on your phone.

Wired

Vivaldi 5.0 Makes Web Browsing on Android Tablets Fun Again | Wired

December 9, 2021

The latest version of our favorite web browser greatly improves surfing on larger mobile screens.

Vivaldi introduces the world’s first mobile browser with two rows | The Times of India

December 2, 2021

The “two-level tabs stack” feature has already been launched on the desktop browser that was developed and released by Vivaldi earlier in 2021. This feature helps users to manage multiple web pages with ease.

Vivaldi 5.0 arrives full of festive cheer | The Register

December 2, 2021

The latest increment includes new themes and translations.

The little-known web browser that beats Chrome for productivity | Fast Company

October 17, 2021

Got too many browser tabs? Vivaldi might be what you’ve been missing.

The fastest browser for social media isn’t Firefox | Tech Republic

August 17, 2021

The one reason Vivaldi gets the nod over the competition is Web Panels. With Vivaldi Web Panels, you add sites that can then be quickly opened or closed as sidebars

Vivaldi 4.1 browser debuts macros, accordion tabs | PC World

July 28, 2021

While you can download browser plugins that enable macros, Vivaldi is one of the first to integrate them directly.

Burn it up: Why you need to schedule fun in your life

June 17, 2021

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.

Wired

Wired | You’re Probably Not Using the Web’s Best Browser

June 11, 2021

With endless new customization options like new email clients and a feed reader, Vivaldi just got better.

A web browser may not matter to everyone, but if you’re someone who wants more out of their browsing experience, Vivaldi is well worth a try

Building Vivaldi while the searing orange-red lava flows

March 23, 2021

Thousands have flocked to see the eruption of Fagradalsfjall volcano close to Reykjavik in Iceland. Vivaldi browser devs were among the first.

Android Police

Vivaldi lets you tweak websites to your liking with Page Actions | Android Police

February 15, 2021

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.

Vivaldi’s two-level tabs — and I want them in every browser | The Next Web

February 15, 2021

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.