The alternative, highly customizable web browser from the creator of Opera now offers encrypted syncing, resizable tab tiling, floating web panels and more.
Get that syncing feeling (with no third-party servers).
Vivaldi browser received its biggest update, adding secure sync across devices and making many operations speedier.
Maverick developer Vivaldi released version 2.0 of its browser as the company continues its quest to target users who crave a feature-backed web surfing tool that also offers greater privacy options.
The most configurable web browser just got a lot better with the launch of version 2.0. The main attraction is synchronisation with end-to-end encryption, but long-term users may also enjoy dramatically faster start-up speeds.
The upstart browser Vivaldi just got a big upgrade, making this the perfect time to switch.
If you want to step back from Chrome, the Vivaldi browser just grew up a notch with the addition of cross-computer sync and other improvements in version 2.0.
Vivaldi 2.0 has more than 1,500 improvements over the first version. These include encrypted data sync, extensive tab management, and a customizable user interface.
Vivaldi and Opera’s co-founder says launching a web browser to compete with Google, Microsoft and Apple isn’t as nuts as it sounds.
Through the partnership, Internet users will be able to search the web without any advertising profiling. Vivaldi and Qwant do not track their users, nor do they gather or trade any of their users‘ private information.