Available today exclusively in the Polestar 2, Vivaldi just became the first browser on Android Automotive OS – and one of the first full-featured browsers available in cars – breaking new ground and dropping an early Christmas present to drivers around the world.
Kick customization up a notch in the latest version of Vivaldi for desktop and notebooks. Build browser themes with a brand new editor, share them with the world and install themes from the community in a click. On the productivity front, a new Translate Panel allows instant translations of highlighted text.
Launching today, Vivaldi 5.0 on Android introduces a brand new design with a first-of-its-kind Panel built for bigger screens. Now available on Android tablets, and Chromebooks.
Vivaldi’s double-decker browser tabs (Two-Level Tab Stacks) arrive on Android. The new version Vivaldi 5.0 also brings built-in Panels on tablets and Chromebooks, another first.
Now equipped with the much-requested PWA support, the new version is packed with improvements and new, privacy-friendly additions to Vivaldi Mail and Calendar (beta). Download Vivaldi 4.3 on desktop and notebooks.
Packed with new additions and improvements, the latest update – Vivaldi 4.3 – brings more ease and efficiency to Android browsing. Download now.
The latest version, Vivaldi 4.1, includes new tab settings, options to enable and disable Tab Stacks and opens external links within the browser. Now available on Android and Chromebooks.
Vivaldi’s latest update on desktop and notebooks lets you expand tab groups with Accordion Tabs and run browser commands in a sequence with a single shortcut. Download Vivaldi 4.1.
The new version Vivaldi 3.8 offers relief from annoying cookie dialogs and Google’s FLoC, an invasive privacy technology. Rebuilds its Panels and adds quick bookmarking options.
Vivaldi 3.8, the new version allows you to change the app’s language independent of your OS settings, offers the option to block cookie dialogs, adds quick ways to access the Start Page.