What happens when tech and sports come together? A podcast? Yes, you got it right! Our CEO Jon von Tetzchner and Barry Collins, a renowned journalist from the UK, talk about Vivaldi and all the action at the FIFA World Cup. Tune in!
Following the new option to disable use of the Alt key for the menu, some users found the menu no longer worked at all. Here is a quick fix for that.
We often mention IME fixes in the changelog of our Snapshot blog. How much do you know about IME, its issues and how they are related to the browser? Here we have some answers.
Today we release a minor update to 1.15 with Chromium security patches.
Here are four Vivaldi features that will get you hooked to your favorite sport. May the FIFA World Cup 2018 begin now!
Every four years the world is riveted with the world’s most prestigious and highly anticipated international football competition. Make this the year when you experience the 2018 FIFA World Cup with Vivaldi – take a look at some special themes we’ve created for you and win swag in our contest!
Today’s snapshot includes fixes for some issues that have been annoying IME users and also further security updates backported from Chromium 67.
Reading code is an integral part of software development. Here is an in-depth breakdown by our developer Patricia Aas of some techniques to use to read code.
In our series on privacy and security, we look at how Private Windows work and give you some tips on how to use private browsing.
Here’s a glimpse of working at Vivaldi during the sunny month of May. Read on!
A few small fixes for you to test, while the team works towards the next major Chromium backend upgrade.
Ahead of Global Accessibility Awareness Day, we take a look at how we build Vivaldi to make the web accessible to all and talk about what we’ve yet to accomplish.