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Snapshots

See what’s next in Vivaldi with the latest public test builds

Configurable address toolbar and finer grained control on muting – Vivaldi Browser snapshot 1369.6

November 16, 2018

Today’s snapshot is all about increasing customization further, with new possibilities on the navigation toolbar and even more options for sound.

Ruarí in a monkey costume

QA Monkey makes mistake

November 9, 2018

Ruarí first started working as a browser tester 10 years ago but he still has things to learn.

Better Widevine (EME) support for Linux – Vivaldi Browser snapshot 1360.4

November 7, 2018

Today’s snapshot includes a couple of nice media improvements for Linux users, resolves a bunch of issues, and upgrades Chromium to 71.

Back/Forward button drop-down entries can open new tab – Vivaldi Browser snapshot 1350.4

Oktober 29, 2018

In the latest snapshot, the long click Back/Forward button drop-down entries can be opened in a new tab via middle clicking.

Vivaldi 2.1 RC 2 – Vivaldi Browser snapshot 1337.35

Oktober 24, 2018

Today’s snapshot is the second release candidate for 2.1.

Vivaldi 2.1 RC 1 – Vivaldi Browser snapshot 1337.20

Oktober 22, 2018

Today’s snapshot is the first release candidate for 2.1.

Quick Command Parameters – v1v4ld1 br0w53r 5n4p5h07 1337.17

Oktober 18, 2018

Today’s snapshot allows you set precise zoom values via Quick Commands and enables support for the AV1 codec.

Picture-in-picture – Vivaldi Browser snapshot 1332.4

Oktober 12, 2018

Today’s snapshot enables Picture-in-Picture (PiP) for Vivaldi and let’s you create notes from Quick Commands.

More power in Quick Commands – Vivaldi Browser snapshot 1328.4

Oktober 8, 2018

In today’s snapshot, Quick Commands gains the ability to search through the contents of your Notes and UI Zoom can now be assigned dedicated keyboard shortcuts.

Chromium 70 update – Vivaldi Browser snapshot 1322.4

Oktober 2, 2018

Further fixes for recent regressions and a Chromium backend increase to 70.