Our competition to bring one of you to Oslo to meet the team has come to a close, and we’re now ready to announce the winner!
At Vivaldi, we truly take pride in talking to our users. Typically, you find us on the forum and on social media. But not this guy! John from Australia surprised us by sending us a proper letter.
We are back to work on your favorite browser. So let’s start the year with a few nice fixes and a major Chromium bump.
No matter how many tabs you have open and what the web throws at you, in Vivaldi you have the power to control which audio plays and which doesn’t. Let’s look at ways to use Vivaldi’s powerful sound controls.
Here we give you a few irresistible reasons to make the move in 2019.
We’re wrapping up 2018 but before we switch off the office lights for a few days, we thought we’d send some holiday buzz your way!
From new features, releases…… and everything in between, this year has been extraordinary. Before we head into our holiday break, here’s a year-end note by Vivaldi CEO Jon von Tetzchner.
Today’s minor update to Vivaldi 2.2 resolves some regressions.
Here is a little update from yesterday’s build to fix the known issues.
Looking to do something fun during your holidays this year? Hint: Use “the smart Vivaldi browser”.
For the first post-2.2 snapshot we introduce a new tab opening option for tab stacking fans
Access Keys let you use keyboard shortcuts to view some sites (like Wikipedia). In Vivaldi 2.2 we make it easy for you to discover this little-known accessibility feature.