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The new version Vivaldi 3.4 steps it up with configurable context menus, automatic reloading of pages, and for the first time, a real 80s arcade-style game – Vivaldia.
Vivaldi launches Vivaldia – a real 80s arcade-style game built into the browser. Play it in the Vivaldi browser on your Windows, Mac, and Linux computers as well as on Android devices.
Vivaldi on Android gets improved Speed Dial layouts and introduces Vivaldia, the real 80s arcade-style game built into the browser.
A first in browsers, Vivaldi’s integration with Razer Chroma was a hit with the gaming community. Now we are happy to support our friends at Razer with their inaugural gaming event, RazerCon2020.
View multiple web pages at once, save time and stay organized with Tab Tiling in Vivaldi browser. No extensions needed.
With Vivaldi browser’s latest versions on desktop and Android out, the last two weeks have been buzzing with excitement. Let’s listen to some of the rattle the news has made.
Vivaldi browser on Android is different from the pack. It adjusts to your preferences and workflow. Here are 5 ways you can customize it!
The latest version of Vivaldi on Android offers Address Bar and Tab Bar that can move to the bottom or top of the user interface. Also supports full-page blocking.
If not done right, working from home can hurt your productivity and wellbeing. Yet, using just these 3 tools will improve your productivity and make a difference to your day working from home. Let’s take a look.
Vivaldi 3.3 on desktop and notebooks arrives with a Break Mode, a new default Theme for Private Window, clickable parts of URLs in the Address Bar, base domain highlighting, and improved Tracker and Ad Blocker.
In a world where tech products are our lifeline to the world, what challenges face those who build them? Jon von Tetzchner, Vivaldi browser co-founder and CEO, talks to Whereby co-founder Ingrid Odegaard about privacy, Norwegian work culture, and designing products for the community.
Microsoft is finally phasing out Internet Explorer. Good time, then, to replace Internet Explorer 11 with the best web browser there is. Let’s take a look.