Today’s snapshot contains a few nice fixes for bugs like the Site Info crash seen on Mac, and the Search focus in settings automatically targeting the search-engine input field.
After a great experience last summer, Vilde and Knut have returned to Vivaldi as summer interns. We’ve been catching up with them.
Browsers have different sources of income. Some use your data in ad networks, push promoted content or use other invasive methods to fund their development. We don’t. Here’s how we make the money we need to keep doing what we’re doing.
Today’s snapshot adds loading info to the status bar and fixes a bunch of regressions.
“Guðmundur” is a popular Icelandic name and that goes some way to explain why we have three of them in the team. But it still doesn’t explain how we landed the three most remarkable ones. Let’s meet them.
Love them or hate them, regular notifications need to be managed. And what better (or easier) way than to do that in your browser? Let’s take a look.
Could June be our favorite month of the year? This is when we all work under the same roof in beautiful Magnolia in Massachusetts. Here’s how we’ll remember this year’s annual summer gathering.
For today’s snapshot we fix a number of recent regressions, with special focus on the address bar. We have also updated Chromium to 76.
This update fixes a crash with developer tool themes, and upgrades Chromium to the latest stable version.
Vivaldi’s privacy settings give you the control to safeguard your private data more than any other browser. Let’s take a look at what you can do with Vivaldi.
Following the successful launch of Vivaldi 2.6 stable, we have further fixes for our snapshot users, with a focus on the address bar.
The new version – Vivaldi 2.6 – arrives with improved security, and new options for quicker navigation and customization.