The last two weeks have been super exciting. We made our debut on Android, released a new snappier version of the desktop browser, and our community grew by the minute! Now we have something for you!
Buzzing bees always have something to talk about. What have they been saying about Vivaldi in the last few weeks? Let’s get the honey out!
From new features, releases…… and everything in between, this year has been extraordinary. Before we head into our holiday break, here’s a year-end note by Vivaldi CEO Jon von Tetzchner.
Our latest minor update includes the addition of Qwant as a search option. Read more about our collaboration with the European search engine and get the latest version of Vivaldi below.
A link to Facebook will no longer be included in Vivaldi’s Speed Dial by default. Here’s why.
Vivaldi makes searching in a Private Window more private. Read on for details of our new collaboration with DuckDuckGo and more.
In its first edition of 2018, the UK’s Web User magazine featured a roundup of browser options on offer and awarded their stamp of approval to a lucky few. We spoke to editor Robert Irvine to get his thoughts on the state of browsers.
Autoupdate on Linux has been held back for today’s 1.14, to give Linux distributions a chance to update a system component we use to display HTML5 MP4 videos.
Growing up is not always easy, but this one has been a fun ride.
2017 was significant. Before we head into our holiday break, what made this year so special for us? Let’s find out.
Today, we are thrilled to roll out an experimental build for Linux based ARM devices, including the increasingly popular Raspberry Pi.
Those of you that have been with us for awhile may remember that this week is a big one for Vivaldi – it’s one year today since the launch of Vivaldi 1.0!