Today’s (second) snapshot is the third release candidate of 3.3, for desktop and notebooks.
Today’s snapshot is the first release candidate for Vivaldi Mobile 3.3.
Today’s snapshot is the second release candidate for 3.3 for desktop and notebooks.
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.
Today’s snapshot introduces further fixes to the address bar at the bottom.
Today’s snapshot is the first release candidate for 3.3 for desktop and notebooks.
Today’s snapshot introduces an option to place the address bar at the bottom.
This update fixes crashes on start up and upgrades Chromium to the latest version.
Private window themes Our theme support is second to none but allowing you seemingly endless ways to colorize your windows has come at a price for some users. Outside of certain cues in the address bar, which can be hidden, it can be hard to tell normal and private windows apart. So we are providing […]
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.
Today’s snapshot contains a few fixes for different crash bugs.
This snapshot introduces a new Break Mode feature, adds the ability to move Speed Dials into folders, and fixes the recent Windows installer issue.