In case you haven’t heard about Vivaldi before, it’s a Chromium-based “non-conformist” desktop Web browser that goes in the opposite direction to the mainstream. While the major players like Chrome or Firefox are stripping the browser to its bare essentials, Vivaldi offers more and more integrated features and customisation options.
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In an in-depth interview, we talk about everything from why Vivaldi is good for web designers to how many users it has and if the Internet of Things is something the company will focus on, going forward.
Vivaldi can’t be a browser for everyone by itself – everyone has to make Vivaldi into a browser for themselves; Vivaldi only offers the ability to do so, with its incredible layout customization engine and a mind-numbing amount of features that can be turned on or off with a click.
Version 1.6 – available for Mac, Windows and Linux – debuts three new features, all revolving around the browser’s flexible tab management system. The highlight of these is the new tab notification feature