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See what’s next in Vivaldi with the latest public test builds

End of week fixes – Vivaldi Browser snapshot 1.13.1008.14

November 10, 2017

We are continuing with stabilization of 1.13, with further fixes for some recent regressions.

Mac fixes – Vivaldi Browser Snapshot 1.13.1008.11

November 8, 2017

Today’s update fixes a couple of serious Mac issues and includes a minor update to Chromium.

Fixing known issues – Vivaldi Browser Snapshot 1.13.1008.3

November 6, 2017

Today’s snapshot fixes known issues and brings tab opening speed improvements.

A step closer to 1.13 – Vivaldi Browser Snapshot 1.13.1002.4

October 30, 2017

For today’s snapshot we fix more of the recent regressions, make further improvements to the window panel and address a nasty crash.

The start of 1.13 stablization – Vivaldi Browser Snapshot 1.13.998.3

October 26, 2017

In today’s snapshot we address some of the recent regressions from our window handling rewrite.

Window panel and file download improvements

October 25, 2017

Our third snapshot for Vivaldi 1.13 introduces two new features, a download close dialog and a new Window Panel.

Dealing with bugs together – Vivaldi Browser Snapshot 1.13.971.8

September 27, 2017

Our second snapshot for Vivaldi 1.13 addresses some annoying little bugs that you helped us find.

Long road in a desert and blue skies

The work for 1.13 starts now – Vivaldi Browser Snapshot 1.13.966.3

September 21, 2017

Please welcome our first snapshot for Vivaldi 1.13. Let the fixes begin!

Close-up of hands holding colorful macaroons

Get your Monday fix – RC 1- Vivaldi Browser Snapshot 1.12.955.20

September 18, 2017

We’re kicking off the week with our first release candidate for 1.12, fixing bugs for our new feature, Image Properties, as well as addressing other issues.

Pillar of rocks

Stabilizing for 1.12 – Vivaldi Browser Snapshot 1.12.955.14

September 14, 2017

It’s stabilizing time – we’re getting closer to the next stable release and are working hard on fixing all the annoying bugs and regressions you’ve been reporting.