Information about releases, updates and snapshots of the desktop Vivaldi browser
Snapshot 126.96.36.199. Better keyboard-shortcut editing and user statistics
May 4, 2015
A polish to keyboard shortcut settings making it easier to edit your shortcuts and an update on how we collect usage data.
TP3 is here!
April 27, 2015
Today, we released the third Technical Preview of the Vivaldi browser. We would like to thank all of you again for testing and helping us to achieve this important development milestone. Special thanks goes to our Sopranos who have been tirelessly testing our internal builds and confirming many incoming issues.
Snapshot (188.8.131.52) TP3 candidate
April 25, 2015
Hi, we have reached the point of a release candidate for the TP3, so we are launching another snapshot today in preparation for that. Because of your hard work and testing, we have been able to find and fix some of the bigger issues at such a fast pace that we wanted to keep the momentum to have even more stable Technical Preview.
Snapshot (184.108.40.206) more bugfixing
April 24, 2015
This week has been a bit emotional for some of us as we learned that the company many of us worked for before, Opera, dismantled its Oslo desktop team and fired some 70 employees around the world. As you can imagine, this is a major move for the company as this is where it all started, with the desktop browser in Oslo.
Many of our good friends around the globe lost their jobs. Our thoughts are with them all. Clearly this makes our task even more important and we will continue to work hard making the best browser available for you, our friends.
Snapshot (220.127.116.11): Feature polish and tons of bug fixes
April 17, 2015
We are spending lots of time fixing as many issues as possible to make the TP3 as good as it can be! Here’s the latest Snapshot build of the Vivaldi browser.
Snapshot (18.104.22.168) Updated tiling and tons of polish
April 10, 2015
Getting close to another Technical Preview release and we’re focused on polishing things up and fixes a lot of bugs.
Easter Snapshot 22.214.171.124
April 1, 2015
While other companies are busy making clever gags with fake products, and inside joke, we are busy fixing bugs and improve Vivaldi!
As we are preparing for the TP3 release, we wanted to get some more testing done. So, we are sending the 2nd snapshot build of the week.
In this build, we changed the way Tiling works based on the feedback. Now, you can right-click on a tab stack and select Tile Tab Stack.
Snapshot 126.96.36.199 with more Tiling options and advanced notes, improved spatial navigation and fast forward
March 30, 2015
We have continued to work on Tiling of tabs. You can now tile both vertically and horizontally. Additionally we have added ability to tile as a grid. Spatial Navigation also got better and faster with live indexing and more polish!
Tab Stack tiling, on demand plugins in tabs, more Mouse Gestures, better import and a more snappy UI
March 26, 2015
It’s happy Thursday which usually means it is not a day for our weekly snapshot.
However, we’ve decide to make a new build available anyway. We just had too many things that we wanted to share with you and we had some broken features and some regressions in our last build as well.
New snapshot with an update for Chromium and Auto-Update on windows
March 23, 2015
Chromium 41 has been merged into Vivaldi, changing up a lot of code. We’ve enabled first implementation of auto-update available on Windows 32-bit.
Weekly snapshot 188.8.131.52
March 16, 2015
It’s Monday, it means time for another snapshot 🙂
This week, we’ve added 3 new languages including Lojban 🙂
- Persian (not supported in Chrome)
- Lojban (not supported in Chrome)
Subject: Snapshot 184.108.40.206: Mea Culpa
March 10, 2015
After we released the 220.127.116.11 snapshot yesterday, some observant testers checked the release for the recent FREAK vulnerability, and found that The Linux and Mac versions were vulnerable. 🙁
FREAK is “just” the latest SSL/TLS releated with its own trademarked name (following in the footsteps of Heartbleed, POODLE, Shellshock and others).