Some things never change. The issue of Microsoft forcing users to use Edge browser happens again.
On International Programmers’ Day, we celebrate four exceptional people who joined the team recently. Let’s make them feel very welcome!
Recently, Norway’s leading tech publication Digi.no published a story about how Vivaldi works with the Chromium code. In the interview, three of our devs talk for the first time about this little-known side of building Vivaldi.
It’s raining in Oslo. On a more positive note, here is a new snapshot for you!
A small update to the last snapshot, to fix the most serious of the macOS media issues.
Today’s snapshot resolves the major issues from the last snapshot, fixes a number of regressions and upgrades our Chromium backend to 69.
Linux users on non-DEB/RPM distributions now have a new way to try out our snapshots.
Love reading? On ‘Read a Book Day’, we talk about an amazing built-in feature in Vivaldi you simply can’t ignore.
Customizing Vivaldi is not only fun but can seriously improve your productivity and speed. Let’s see how Vivaldi users from around the globe are tweaking Vivaldi.
In a recent Snapshot, we improved the scrollbars in the browser’s UI. Vivaldi Designer Henrik Helmers explains how the team accomplished the styling of scrollbars.
Ever wondered how Vivaldi decides what color is selected for a given page? Vivaldi Designer Henrik Helmers explains.
Today’s snapshot is a fun one, with three nice improvements by our intern Håvard Nordlie Mathisen and a major bump to our Chromium backend.