Irrespective of this unusually different year, Vivaldi continued to grow and evolve. Read more about this ‘quarantine’ year from Vivaldi CEO Jon von Tetzchner.
Vivaldi’s revamped help pages are a comprehensive guide that will help you learn more about Vivaldi and its services. Find out more about the newly launched Help Center.
Vivaldi Mail, Vivaldi Feed Reader and Vivaldi Calendar make their first public appearance. Download the latest Vivaldi Snapshot version to test them all.
Google harvests private data from Gmail and makes money out of it. With so much data stored in email, many consider privacy alternatives to Gmail such as Fastmail.
The lawsuit against Google in the US court is a major step – but how does it impact consumers around the world?
Have you checked out Vivaldia, Vivaldi browser’s built-in game? Now you can play it in style. We’ve got 2 Razer Gaming Controllers and other prizes to give away. Read more.
The new version Vivaldi 3.4 steps it up with configurable context menus, automatic reloading of pages on desktop, and improved Speed Dial layout on Android. Also introduces Vivaldia, the real 80s arcade-style game, on both platforms.
Vivaldi launches Vivaldia – a real 80s arcade-style game built into the browser. Play it in the Vivaldi browser on your Windows, Mac, and Linux computers as well as on Android devices.
With Vivaldi browser’s latest versions on desktop and Android out, the last two weeks have been buzzing with excitement. Let’s listen to some of the rattle the news has made.
As search traffic and privacy concerns rise, Startpage and the Vivaldi browser – both governed by strict European data protection laws – give users world-class search results with zero tracking.
We are all heading for our holiday break but before we enter 2020, let’s hear what Vivaldi CEO Jon von Tetzchner has to say about the year that has gone by.
Vivaldi is changing how it presents its User Agent in the upcoming release. Here is an explanation of what a User Agent is and what we are doing.