This snapshot includes fixes for the address bar and find-in-page, a default browser check on startup, and a bump to Chromium.
It’s Software Tester Day on Monday and we thought we’d say a few nice words about the bunch of gritty testers we have at Vivaldi.
This update fixes various crashes and hangs, plus it upgrades Chromium to the latest stable version.
From “Flash is dead” to “Flash will never die” our users are split over the virtues of the Flash technology. Even though it’s being phased out, we decided to make it an option – while it’s still here.
More and more search engines pride themselves on protecting user privacy by not tracking or sharing their users’ searches.
This fixes a regression in the previous snapshot that could cause a full browser freeze.
Keyboard shortcuts let you do more with less effort. But this is not the only reason you should try them. Here we share more reasons, along with some of our favorite shortcuts!
Following our 2.7 release last week, we have now begun work on the next major version, staring with a Chromium update and a round of fixes.
Precious forests are burning in Brazil and elsewhere on the planet. Over the past two years, Vivaldi users have helped plant an astonishing 142,457 trees. What’s more, our tree count has doubled since April! Here’s how you can help too.
To be able to fix a bug you’ve found in Vivaldi, we first need to reproduce it. Here’s how you can help us get to the bottom of what’s, erm, bugging you.
The new version powers up better sound controls, smoother navigation and overall improvements.
Today’s snapshot is the first release candidate for 2.7.