Latest news, browser tips and insights from the Vivaldi team
Today we release a minor update to 1.14 to address some issues present in the initial 1.14 stable release and to upgrade Chromium to 64.0.3282.143.
In this strong month for the Vivaldi community, we laid the ground for 2018. Here we help you catch up with the most discussed topics at the start of the year.
With the launch of 1.14 yesterday, Vivaldi became the first browser to offer a Vertical reader mode to its users. But how significant is that?
The first release of the year introduces a vertical reader mode (a first for browsers!), Markdown support in Notes, rearrangeable Web Panels and reordering of search engines.
Autoupdate on Linux has been held back for today’s 1.14, to give Linux distributions a chance to update a system component we use to display HTML5 MP4 videos.
More than one month after we launched our community competition to bring one of you to Oslo to meet the team, we are finally ready to announce the winner!
Our friends at DuckDuckGo, the Internet privacy company, give their top tips on how to secure your privacy online.
More and more people are taking action to regain control of their personal information online. With Data Privacy Day around the corner, we asked our devs for some tips on how to do this.
Growing up is not always easy, but this one has been a fun ride.
Today we release a minor update to 1.13 with security updates for the Spectre security issue and a crash fix for Linux.