Recently The Verge journalist Dan Seifert pondered whether he should come back to Vivaldi now that tracker blocking is in place. This is Vivaldi’s response.
Here are a few fixes and a Chromium update in the beginning of the week.
The Android operating system developed by Google comes with a web browser component built into it. Instead of using that, we built Vivaldi from the bottom up.
Today we release a minor update to Vivaldi Android 3.0 to address some known bugs and Chromium security fixes.
This update fixes a crash inducing bug, and upgrades Chromium to 81.0.4044.132 to address security issues from upstream.
Vivaldi just launched on Android with a built-in Ad blocker and tracker protection. But in addition to privacy, speed, and ample features, it sports a unique user interface. Let’s take a look.
This update upgrades Chromium to 81.0.4044.123 and includes further blocker fixes.
This update fixes several crash inducing bugs, a slow startup problem for older versions of macOS, and upgrades Chromium to 81.0.4044.123 to address security issues from upstream.
Today’s snapshot includes further fixes to the blocker and a Chromium update with security fixes.
Today’s snapshot is to test a few critical fixes for a minor update to 3.0.
Vivaldi 3.0 landed with a built-in Ad blocker. Here’s why we took this step (along with advice on how to help your favorite websites still generate revenue).
Vivaldi incorporates DuckDuckGo’s Tracker Radar-powered blocklist. Here’s what that means for your browsing.