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Are you looking for fun ways to add some spice and pizzazz to your calendar? Manage your time better and tap more happiness with the new Vivaldi Calendar (Beta) with its customized list of options and attention-grabbing notifications.
Launching today, Vivaldi Translate, powered by Lingvanex, is our brand-new, built- in translation feature. Enjoy convenient, reliable on-page translation without the worry of third-party extensions spying on you.
Exciting events are coming your way, including some fan favorites that had to sit out in 2020 (thanks, Covid!). Whether you’re a Eurovision fanatic, an F1 enthusiast, or Euro2020 die-hard, Vivaldi helps you get the most out of your long-awaited event.
Scrolling aims at providing a better user experience. Christian Dysthe from Vivaldi’s Business Development Team shares his views on scrolling here.
Over the past six months, Vivaldi marketing intern Johannes Dolven has been exploring Vivaldi and presenting his findings to you. This is his final verdict.
Johannes Dolven introduces Vivaldi to first-time Vivaldi user and friend Mathis, observes how he uses it and recommends his process to all Vivaldi novices.
Slogans are an expression of the brand and are not easy to get right. Companies like Apple have done it very well. Here we recreate famous Apple slogans the Vivaldi way.
If you are a pro Mac user, you should consider Vivaldi browser as a Safari alternative for your Mac. Vivaldi designer Henrik Helmers compares the two browsers.
The best browser for your new Android tablet may not be the default. Pre-installed browsers such as Google Chrome were not designed with tablets in mind.
We compare how you can manage “too many browser tabs” in Google Chrome, Firefox, Brave and Vivaldi browser.