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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!
We’ve caught up with our developers Miky Vacík and Arnar Astvaldsson who have worked on Vivaldi’s History feature. Let’s see how History was made!
Releasing version 1.8 of Vivaldi, we’re making browsing history more useful than ever before.
We love hearing from our users about what they think about the Vivaldi browser and how they use it in their daily lives. We’ve had a chat with Yeeliberto, who has been using Vivaldi since the very beginning of our journey.
It’s always inspiring to speak with like-minded people and hear their feedback about what we do here at Vivaldi. Spending last week in the San Francisco Bay Area and meeting fellow entrepreneurs, journalists and our users has given us lots of ideas to ponder upon.
Research, fact-checking, speaking to sources and even writing articles – many journalists do all of this without leaving the browser. Here’s how Vivaldi can help you nail your next breaking story.
We have been receiving a number of questions related to the so-called “Cloudbleed” issue, and we’d like to clarify these matters.
Due to the Cloudbleed issue, Vivaldi has reset the passwords for some of the Vivaldi Community users – to be on the safe side.
Meet the Vivaldi founders in Palo Alto on March 9th and let us know what you would like to see in a browser.
Packed with new features and improvements, version 1.7 of Vivaldi focuses on various ways of working with screenshots, but there is also much more to it.
Following the migration of Vivaldi’s forum to NodeBB last November, today we have moved the Vivaldi Blog to vivaldi.com.
Two years ago, it all started on 27th January 2015.