Vivaldi Blog

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How to switch to Vivaldi in under 5 minutes

January 2, 2018

New year, new browser! 7 simple steps to move to fast, flexible and feature-rich Vivaldi browser.

Happy Holidays and Thank You

December 21, 2017

2017 was significant. Before we head into our holiday break, what made this year so special for us? Let’s find out.

Bug or Feature

December 15, 2017

Vivaldi devs engage in a heated debate over bugs vs. features. Read on for a behind-the-scenes exclusive.

Japan: We’re cheering for you

December 14, 2017

Japan is Vivaldi’s biggest market, and this week the spotlight is on our amazing Japanese community.

Tatsuki Tomita of Vivaldi

Big in Japan

December 12, 2017

Japan is Vivaldi’s biggest market. Tatsuki Tomita co-founded Vivaldi with Jon von Tetzchner in 2014. Today he’s amazed by the big following Vivaldi has in his home country.

Raspberry Pi Contest: The results are in!

December 11, 2017

After sorting through some remarkable entries, we are finally here with the results of the contest.

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How to get the most out of search engines in Vivaldi

December 7, 2017

What do you know about search engines in Vivaldi and are you putting them to good use? Read on to see how to step up your game.

The Vivaldi browser is available on Raspberry Pi

Vivaldi for Linux ARM, including the Raspberry Pi

December 5, 2017

Today, we are thrilled to roll out an experimental build for Linux based ARM devices, including the increasingly popular Raspberry Pi.

November: a rollercoaster of a month on the Vivaldi forum

December 4, 2017

The Vivaldi forum has been bustling with activity in November. But what did people talk about? Here we help you catch up.

What’s in a term: Snapshot vs Stable

November 28, 2017

We often get asked about the difference between the Snapshot and the Stable versions of Vivaldi, and what is recommended for different people. Here we explain what is what and which version is best for you.

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Alexander Shmidt does not accept the status quo

November 24, 2017

Alexander is a software developer and a hobby photographer who likes creating. Originally from Ukraine, he currently works in Amsterdam for digital marketplace Booking.com.