Desktop Snapshots are work-in-progress builds that are available for anyone to download and test. Try new desktop browser features and fixes before anyone else!
Today’s snapshot enables Two-level tab stacks for all (they are no longer behind an experiment) and bumps our Chromium backend to 88.
Today’s snapshot has an interesting feature for those following the Technical Preview of RSS, YouTube feed support.
Today’s snapshot includes our new Two-Level Tab Stacks, even more configurable menu options, and lots of regression fixes.
Today’s snapshot provides an alternative way for our Mail Technical Preview users to connect to GMail.
Today’s snapshot is the first release candidate for 3.5 for desktop and notebooks.
Today’s snapshot includes a minor Chromium bump and a fix for tabs, along with Mail and Calendar fixes for users of the Technical Preview.
Today’s snapshot, once again continues to focus on tab and address bar fixes.
Today’s snapshot continues to focus on tab and address bar fixes as we get closer to the 3.5 final.
Today’s snapshot address issues with the address field and tab opening position.
Today’s snapshot fixes a couple of the tab and address bar issues from the last snapshot, improves support for media sites on Windows and allows access to the Vivaldi Mail, Calendar and RSS technical preview.
Today’s snapshot bumps Chromium to 87 and adds a new way to share URLs.
Much like last time, another snapshot with a wide range of fixes, plus improvements for menu configuration. Once again, some of these fixes will be backported to the 3.4 stable.