There will shortly be an update to Vivaldi Beta for Android (version: 2.7.1624.219).
Banks in the US and elsewhere have been selling anonymous information about customers’ spending habits for a long time. Now, Norway’s largest bank plans to do the same. Here’s what our security team has to say to that.
This update improves translations and upgrades Chromium to the latest stable version.
Today is the first ‘Snapshot’ update for our new Android browser, allowing you to try the latest fixes and changes before they hit Beta (and Final).
Over the summer we opened our blog to guest bloggers eager to share their perspectives on privacy. In this story, Finn Brownbill explains how we can put an end to tracking in search for the purpose of data collection.
The latest version of Vivaldi for desktop available now.
Today’s snapshot is the second release candidate for 2.8.
Today’s snapshot is the first release candidate for 2.8.
Sync support was considered one of the most critical features for our Android release. And keeping the synced data safe was a must. Here we explain how we implemented Sync on Android.
Since several key fixes arrived in short succession, and since we are closing in on final, here is a bonus build for you, our friendly testers.
With 2.8 due shortly, the next snapshots will continue to be about polishing.
There’re a growing number of reasons for people to be concerned about security and privacy online. Let’s take a look at what your browser can do to protect you.