Today’s snapshot is the first release candidate for 2.2.
One last Snapshot before the weekend. Enjoy!
Today we have further fixes for recent regressions and a minor Chromium bump.
Love ‘em or hate ‘em, they have certainly changed the way we communicate. What are emoji and how do they work in Vivaldi? Let’s find out.
After selecting multiple tabs (Ctrl/⌘/Shift), you can now save them to a session via the context menu.
The contest includes Roundtrip airfare, three nights accommodation, Meet and Greet with the Vivaldi Team. Method of entry Entrants in Vivaldi’s “Win a trip to meet Vivaldi in Oslo in 2019” competition agree to be bound by these terms and conditions. To enter, contestants must: (a) satisfy the eligibility limitations set out in paragraph 3; […]
Enter our competition for a chance to win a trip to meet the team in Oslo. Tell us in the comments what Vivaldi feature or option makes a difference to you and why. Read on!
You can now access closed tabs and access keys with Quick Commands (or mappable keyboard shortcuts) and the status bar becomes customizable.
As technology changes, it becomes all the more important that the basics of the web remain the same. Today we remind ourselves why Web Standards matter.
There are a number of ways to switch tabs in Vivaldi. Here we show you how to do this quickly and easily with our ever-popular Tab Cycling.
Today we release a minor update to 2.1 to address “CVE-2018-17479: Use-after-free in GPU”.
Vivaldi CEO Jon von Tetzchner recounts his travels this Fall, to a Vivaldi team meetup in Iceland and his appearance at Europe’s largest tech conference, Web Summit.