Further fixes for recent regressions and a Chromium backend increase to 70.
To celebrate the release of Vivaldi 2.0, we publish several stories of Vivaldi users who talk about how Vivaldi has impacted the world of browsers, and their lives.
After a successful 2.0 release yesterday, we have now started work on our next version.
Vivaldi can now seamlessly and securely sync your data between multiple computers. Our Sync lead takes a look at what we’ve accomplished so far and what’s next for Vivaldi’s Sync.
Today’s update includes Sync, Resizable Tab Tiling, Floating Web Panels and over 1,500 improvements since the first version of Vivaldi. Take control of your most important application – the browser – with the most powerful version of Vivaldi yet.
Today’s snapshot is the second release candidate for 2.0.
Today’s snapshot is the first release candidate for 2.0.
Today’s snapshot resolves the issue with dragging and dropping to a new window causing duplicate tabs.
The EU has moved one step closer to breaking the Internet as we know it. But all is not lost.
Yet more regression fixes and a further minor update to Chromium.
Our latest snapshot includes fixes for incorrect focus and problems with closing tabs.
Since last Friday’s snapshot we have more fixes for recent regressions.