We know a thing or two about note taking. That’s because we built the first powerful note taking tool inside a browser. Here we share our best note taking tips.
In Vivaldi, you can place any site you visit multiple times a day in a sidebar. That way you can view your go-to sites concurrently with other open tabs. Let’s take a look!
As Google adds a tab grouping feature to Chrome, we dive into tab management – one of the most used, loved, and advanced features in Vivaldi.
The Pomodoro technique is a popular time management technique that requires you to use a timer. Well, we’ve just added a Pomodoro timer in the Vivaldi browser.
Vivaldi just launched on Android with a built-in Ad blocker and tracker protection. But in addition to privacy, speed, and ample features, it sports a unique user interface. Let’s take a look.
If you’ve only used Google Earth on Chrome or a VR headset, it’s time to try some unique ways of looking at the earth. Here we show you how to use Google Earth with Vivaldi browser.
Do you want your screenshots to show more than what’s on your screen? Here we show you how to take full page screenshots on your computer and mobile in two seconds (no extensions required).
On Friday 29 November, many retailers will lower their prices for a single day (or longer). Here we give you some ideas on how to compare Black Friday deals.
Learn to search with a site’s internal search box without navigating to their homepage first. Here we show you how to search websites such as YouTube and StackOverflow quickly.
Almost anything you need to know is somewhere on the web. But how do you search for that information quickly?
Spice up the look of your browser this Halloween by adding an image to the Tab bar or create a Halloween theme.
Photographers, bloggers and other creators can learn by exploring camera settings of great autumn photos on the web. Here’s how.