Vivaldi 1.6 puts the focus on tabs, making several tweaks and adding new features to improve the browsing experience when you have a bevy of different pages open at once.
Among other cool new features introduced in Vivaldi 1.6, we can mention the ability to save open tabs as a session, making it a lot easier to organize and access multiple browsing sessions, support for nicknaming individual bookmarks for quicker access, as well as support for viewing two or more web pages through tab stack tiling.
We speak to Tatsuki Tomita, COO and co-founder of Vivaldi, to find out what it can offer power users.
There are tons of web browsers in the world today, not counting the big three or four. Vivaldi is a breed apart.
Opera co-founder Jon von Tetzchner announced the latest version 1.5 of his web browser Vivaldi, a niche product that has been met with highly positive reception since its release.
I’m going to go out on a limb and say it’s probably pretty tough getting the public to notice your new browser.
A gimmick? Absolutely, however Vivaldi CEO Jon von Tetzchner has hinted at broader and possibly more useful functionality in the future.
The latest version of the intriguing Vivaldi browser just rolled out with an interesting addition meant to meld the Internet with your physical space.