Vivaldi and Opera’s co-founder says launching a web browser to compete with Google, Microsoft and Apple isn’t as nuts as it sounds.
Through the partnership, Internet users will be able to search the web without any advertising profiling. Vivaldi and Qwant do not track their users, nor do they gather or trade any of their users’ private information.
Vivaldi comes with advanced built-in features that are constantly updated and optimized. Some of its best features aren’t even available as extensions in other browsers! Here’s why Vivaldi is a dream for power users.
This release will feel smoother and more personal thanks to various bug stomping and enhancements to the tools, enabling better functionality and visual customization.
Vivaldi makes privacy-focused DuckDuckGo the default search engine within private browsing windows, irrespective of what your default search engine is in the normal browsing mode.
Vivaldi has ratcheted privacy up a notch to use DuckDuckGo’s search engine when people are using the browser’s private windows.
A refreshingly different take on browsing with plenty of features. Vivaldi is fast and easy to navigate. This is particularly noticeable when working with a touch-screen.
Distinguishing the experience from leading Web browsers, Vivaldi 1.14 has arrived with a vertical reader mode, , Markdown Support, and more.
Newcomers to Vivaldi should check out the app’s in-depth browsing habits overview, which is backed by statistics and visual data, along with its tab stacking and tab tiling features, not to mention an exhaustive set of browser customization options.
If you’re a web researcher who regularly opens a stack of browser windows, Vivaldi could be music to your ears.