Vivaldi Blog

Latest news, browser tips and insights from the Vivaldi team

Vivaldi: Built using Chromium, but different from Chrome

February 28, 2018

What should you make of the fact that Vivaldi shares its engine with Google Chrome?

Minor update to Vivaldi 1.14

February 27, 2018

Today’s minor update to Vivaldi 1.14 resolves some known problems and fixes the broken extensions issue.

Translating Vivaldi

February 23, 2018

Have you noticed that Vivaldi is localized into several dozen languages? Do you know who is behind our translations? Wanna join this amazing team of volunteer translators?

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The state of web browsers in 2018

February 19, 2018

In its first edition of 2018, the UK’s Web User magazine featured a roundup of browser options on offer and awarded their stamp of approval to a lucky few. We spoke to editor Robert Irvine to get his thoughts on the state of browsers.

From idea to finished product: How to use Vivaldi for research

February 16, 2018

Today we are launching a series of blog posts created by our knowledgeable community. Let’s learn from each other! The stage is all yours.

Minor update to Vivaldi 1.14

February 15, 2018

Today we’re releasing a minor update to Vivaldi 1.14, addressing some regressions.

Coffee, Raspberry Pi and Vivaldi!

February 14, 2018

Do you love these three? Then we have something interesting brewing with this combination. Watch, read, enjoy!

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Seven ways to stay ahead of the 2018 Winter Olympics with Vivaldi

February 9, 2018

Over the next two weeks, we’ll be bombarded with news, live streams and social media updates from the 2018 Winter Olympics. Vivaldi’s here to help!

Ask me anything: Jon von Tetzchner speaks to the community

February 7, 2018

Recently we asked you to put your questions to Vivaldi’s founder. Here he gives his best answers to some tough questions.

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Minor update to Vivaldi 1.14

February 6, 2018

Today we release a minor update to 1.14 to address some issues present in the initial 1.14 stable release and to upgrade Chromium to 64.0.3282.143.

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