A lightweight Chrome alternative that puts you first
Vivaldi is a lightweight, ultra customizable web browser - like Chrome on Steroids. But it prioritizes your privacy - not our own profits.
Available for Windows, macOS, and Linux.
Super swift, intuitive, & feature-packed
At Vivaldi, we’ve optimized the heck out of everything and given YOU the power to mix and match settings as you want.
Super organized tab navigation that can handle hundreds of open sites.
Neat productivity shortcuts including custom macros and mouse gestures.
Tools that help you get away from Big Tech without sacrificing usability.
See Vivaldi in action
Wondering if Vivaldi is better than Chrome? The vision of Vivaldi is simple – you should be in control of how the browser looks, feels, and works.
|Vivaldi vs. Chrome: Built-in tools and privacy|
|Custom Search Engines||Yes||No||No|
|Tracks your behavior||No||Yes||Yes|
|View tabs in split-screen||Yes||No||No|
|Built-in Mail client||Yes||No||No|
|Really. Just get this one||Yes||No||No|
Switching from Chrome to Vivaldi is quick, easy, and fun.
Adapts to you
Every setting is yours to tweak with custom themes and advanced setting options.
Speed, speed, speed!
Vivaldi tracks none of your behavior. And we do our best to block others too.
We constantly update Vivaldi to maximize your browsing speed — even if you have hundreds of open tabs.
Why Chrome users are making the switch to Vivaldi
Here are three more reasons from power users on why they’ve chosen Vivaldi as their primary web browser.
Trusted by millions of users
Having no external investors gives us the freedom to listen to our users and, together with them, build the browser they deserve.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a browser anyway?
You are using a browser right now to browse this page. It's the thing that helps you go to web pages, see videos and play online. Geddit?
Why do I need a second browser when I already have one?
Fair question, but consider this: Research shows that people who use alternative browsers perform better and are less likely to be absent from work.
Where's the music? I thought Vivaldi was a composer.
True, Antonio Vivaldi was a composer. We're relatively confident that if he were alive today he would have used Vivaldi as his default browser on all his devices. Chances are, he would have been an EDM DJ, though (a very scary thought).
What's the most useless part of the Vivaldi browser?
Well… maybe the exit button. We don't understand why anyone would ever exit Vivaldi.
Why aren't you selling all my personal data to the highest bidder?
Do you like being subconsciously manipulated into doing things you wouldn't have done otherwise? No, you say! That's what we thought and that's why we don't partake in such activities. Here's what we do instead.