Showcases all that’s happening in the Vivaldi community – blogs, forum, and various other Vivaldi services. Buzzing with ideas and discussions, and of course, a great way to meet Vivaldi users.
We have noticed growing scammer activity using the Vivaldi browser name. Beware of scammers who try to deceive advertising publishers by pretending to be representatives of Vivaldi browser.
We just launched a built-in browser game, Vivaldia. We speak to Porcelain Fortress, the game development company that built the game.
Syncing your calendar and contacts to your mobile phones and other desktop calendars become more user-friendly in the Vivaldi Webmail. Find out more.
Vivaldi CEO Jon von Tetzchner reflects on two months of lockdown and launching Vivaldi 3.0 and Vivaldi on Android during a pandemic.
While we prepare to showcase a new Vivaldi to you on 22 April, let’s not forget that this is also Earth Day. It’s Earth Day’s 50th anniversary no less.
One English teacher has truly transformed the way he interacts with his students and how his students learn English. All by using Vivaldi. Let’s take a look!
Are you a blogger? Well, we just made a fantastic update to our blogging platform. Here we tell you how you can make your posts more visual, and more.
2019 is coming to an end and we’re baking some delicious cookies for the holidays. Can you help us tell a few folk at Google, Facebook and elsewhere that cookies are for bellies, not for browsers?
Since 2015, Vivaldi has been sponsoring a small football club in Iceland.
To be able to fix a bug you’ve found in Vivaldi, we first need to reproduce it. Here’s how you can help us get to the bottom of what’s, erm, bugging you.
Over the summer, we’re opening Vivaldi’s blog to guest bloggers from our community and beyond who are eager to share their personal perspectives on the thorny topic of online privacy.
Meeting our users – in flesh and blood – is one of the most extraordinary experiences for the Vivaldi team. Even better when that happens on Norway’s national holiday.