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 continue with our stories presenting some of the most engaged members of Vivaldi’s community. Wanna find out who’s behind the “g_bartsch” avatar?
The Vivaldi forum has been bustling with festive activity in December. Here we help you catch up with the most discussed topics in the last month of 2017.
Japan is Vivaldi’s biggest market, and this week the spotlight is on our amazing Japanese community.
After sorting through some remarkable entries, we are finally here with the results of the contest.
The Vivaldi forum has been bustling with activity in November. But what did people talk about? Here we help you catch up.
Alexander is a software developer and a hobby photographer who likes creating. Originally from Ukraine, he currently works in Amsterdam for digital marketplace Booking.com.
Close to 300 of you voted for the three download features to make it into the latest version of the browser.
We rarely know much about the places where the software and tools we use every day are built. If you are curious about the area where your favorite browser is made, this is your chance.
Vlogs are in, blogs are out, right? Not so, it seems. We asked our team and community which individual tech bloggers they like to read and got some great recommendations.
We’re releasing some new additions to the Vivaldi Community – a new front page and completely revamped Blogs for all members. Read on to find out what’s new and let us know what you think!
The first of several stories presenting some of the most engaged members of Vivaldi’s vibrant community. Wanna find out who’s behind the “Ayespy” avatar and what brought him to Vivaldi? Here we share the story of Bruce Hamilton.