A private Firefox alternative with extreme customization
Vivaldi is a lightweight, ultra customizable browser that prioritizes your privacy over our own profits.
Available for Windows, macOS, Android, and Linux.
What if your browser could do everything?
Unlike Firefox, Vivaldi has loads of features available by default. And even more you can enable. Set things up the way you like, with the super flexible user interface, shortcuts, and custom macros.
Create shareable themes
Set your preferred custom colors, wallpapers, tab edge rounding, and other settings. Customize your entire browsing experience with advanced settings and share your results in the Vivaldi Community.
Full support Partial support No support
|Vivaldi vs. Mozilla Firefox|
|Two-level tab stacks|
|Unlimited tab groups|
|Unlimited tabs in split-screen|
|Custom tab bar placement|
|Custom address bar placement|
|Periodic tab reload|
|Save tabs for later|
|Install websites as desktop apps (PWAs)|
|Custom mouse gestures|
|Custom keyboard shortcuts|
|Built-in focus timer & productivity clock|
|Custom apps & sites in the browser sidebar|
|Universal browser search|
|Manual tab hibernation (RAM saver)|
|Built-in note editor|
|Custom Speed Dials on Start Page|
|Built-in ad blocker|
|Protection from trackers|
|Custom blocking lists|
|Secure sync with encryption key|
|Detailed privacy statistics|
|No tracking & profiling of user behavior|
|Will never, ever sell your data|
|In-browser screenshot tool|
|Private full-page translate tool|
|Pop-out video on any website|
|Custom shareable themes|
|Compatible with Chromium extensions|
|Set up custom search engines|
|Modify the look of pages with Page Actions|
|Built-in reader mode|
|Visual history with statistics|
|Image details inspector|
|On/off image animation|
|On/off image load|
Your browser, your rules
Have fun with Vivaldi's super flexible user interface, editable toolbars, navigation shortcuts, tab management and more that Firefox can't match.
All the built-in stuff you want
Ditch Firefox and reduce your use of third-party apps. Use native tools that are secure, reliable and never, ever, collect, share or sell your data. (We can’t even access it.)
The only browser that won't sell you out to Big Tech
We've built Vivaldi from the ground up with privacy protection in mind, so you can surf the web without worrying about your browsing history being collected or tracked by Big Tech.
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.
See Vivaldi in action
Wondering how Vivaldi is better than Firefox? Our vision is simple – you should be in control of how your browser looks, feels, and works.
Switching from Firefox to Vivaldi is quick, easy, and fun.
You're never really away
Vivaldi syncs all of your open tabs across all of your devices, so you can pick up where you left off on any device.
All the built-in stuff you want
Extensions can slow your browser down and introduce security risks. So we’ve built in a bunch of (optional) tools to cover the bases.
Bonus: they don’t eat your resources or sneakily steal your data..
Privately translate web pages in 108 languages. No data is sent to third-parties.
Make your browser your own
With a dizzying array of features and functionality at your fingertips, you can customize Vivaldi to fit your unique browsing style.
Why Mozilla Firefox 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.
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.