Vivaldi CEO Jon von Tetzchner reflects on two months of lockdown and launching Vivaldi 3.0 and Vivaldi on Android during a pandemic.
This update fixes several crash inducing bugs, a long standing issue with developer tools and upgrades Chromium to 81.0.4044.142 to address security issues from upstream.
Today’s minor update to Vivaldi Android 3.0 fixes several crash bugs, and upgrades Chromium to 81.0.4044.142.
Today’s snapshot moves our snapshot stream past stable and begins the work towards the next version.
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.