All information about major desktop releases of Vivaldi browser
Vivaldi differentiates itself from the browser pack with the launch of its new and powerful built-in mail client Vivaldi Mail, Vivaldi Calendar, and Vivaldi Feed Reader. Now available on your desktop and notebooks.
The new version of Vivaldi gives you full control over your toolbar layouts with Editable Toolbars, a new option to easily reset default browser settings and syncable search engine across devices. Download Vivaldi 5.3 now on your desktop and notebooks.
Manage your Reading List in Vivaldi’s sidebar, with multiple options, and sync it across various devices including Android. On the privacy front, run a convenient reality check on the number of trackers and ads being blocked from profiling you. All this and more in Vivaldi 5.2. Download now on desktops and notebooks.
Vivaldi browser on desktop and notebooks lets you scroll tabs horizontally, even when working with two levels of tab stacks, save pages to read later with the Reading List, and provides quick access settings for the start page. Download Vivaldi 5.1 now.
Kick customization up a notch in the latest version of Vivaldi for desktop and notebooks. Build browser themes with a brand new editor, share them with the world and install themes from the community in a click. On the productivity front, a new Translate Panel allows instant translations of highlighted text.
Now equipped with the much-requested PWA support, the new version is packed with improvements and new, privacy-friendly additions to Vivaldi Mail and Calendar (beta). Download Vivaldi 4.3 on desktop and notebooks.
Vivaldi’s latest update on desktop and notebooks lets you expand tab groups with Accordion Tabs and run browser commands in a sequence with a single shortcut. Download Vivaldi 4.1.
The new version Vivaldi 3.8 offers relief from annoying cookie dialogs and Google’s FLoC, an invasive privacy technology. Rebuilds its Panels and adds quick bookmarking options.
Performance gains dominate the new update of the Vivaldi browser. The update also includes native support for Apple M1 machines and more customizable options in built-in features.