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.
A closer look at one of Vivaldi’s flagship features – Quick Commands. Find out more about the ways you can use this powerful universal search in your day-to-day browsing.
Here are a few quick fixes and a Chromium update before the weekend.
We thought we’d put this question to the Android team who’ve been working hard to bring you Vivaldi’s first mobile version.
Today’s snapshot adds a frequently requested improvement to our horizontal menu and includes a few nice changes to bookmarks.
Here’s how we built Vivaldi to run on the latest Chromium code while at the same time creating our own alternatives to what Google has provided in their web browser core on Android.
Be the first to try Vivaldi on Android! Announcing the launch of Vivaldi Beta – a fully-featured browser available now on Google Play.
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.