Today we release a minor update to 1.15 with security fixes.
Pierre Creuseveau from France, a software testing addict, is one of our very valuable community members. But there is much more you might want to know about him than his choices on the Web. Read on.
Browser extensions let you add new features – literally extending the functionality of your browser. But should you go for extensions or native, built-in features?
It’s the first day of August and we’ve got a new Snapshot, focusing on fixing as many regressions as we can, to give you a polished and stable release.
Our intern Vilde Solvoll talks about her summer at Vivaldi and how she got to know the browser and the community.
On System Administrator Appreciation Day we have a couple of very pressing questions for our awesome team of four. Take a look!
Work and play in the USA. The annual summer gathering of Team Vivaldi has had its fascinating moments. Here’s a trip down memory lane.
Are you a stickler for grammar? Have you installed an extension or two in your browser to make sure your grammar and spelling are just right? Read on for some privacy implications.
In this Snapshot, we’re continuing to add options to some of our most popular features: a list layout to the visual tab cycler, settings for focus-based panel auto collapse and tiling new tabs in a tab stack. We also found the time to add a new privacy-conscious search engine, and fixed 10 regressions!
Now that the FIFA World Cup is over, we are here with the results of « Vivaldi Themes for your favourite Teams” contest. Get enthralled by some great designs by our users.
Our latest minor update includes the addition of Qwant as a search option. Read more about our collaboration with the European search engine and get the latest version of Vivaldi below.
Tab Tiling gets an upgrade, with the ability to resize the tiles. We also added default keyboard shortcuts for moving tabs and fixed a number of annoying regressions.