Latest news, browser tips and insights from the Vivaldi team
Today we release a minor update to 1.9, fixing a number of known issues.
Jon von Tetzchner discusses the evolution of browsers, the future and his concerns over the direction of the use of one of our greatest assets – the internet – with Rob Pegoraro at this year’s Collision Conference.
With our ongoing efforts to spread the word about Vivaldi, we are heading to Collision, one of the biggest tech conferences in the U.S. This time Collision is being hosted in New Orleans, Louisiana.
The latest version of Vivaldi features Ecosia – a search engine that plants trees – as well as a number of important security fixes and functional improvements.
We love to hear from our Vivaldi community members and know more on how they use our browser. Meet Rafael, Vivaldi’s youngest volunteer!
We have a fixed an issue where private browsing data could be retained.
Vivaldi’s CEO shares his thoughts on the rollback by US Congress of privacy regulations and why protecting our privacy on the web is more important than ever.
Those of you that have been with us for awhile may remember that this week is a big one for Vivaldi – it’s one year today since the launch of Vivaldi 1.0!
Earlier today we released a minor update to 1.8.
We’ve caught up with our developers Miky Vacík and Arnar Astvaldsson who have worked on Vivaldi’s History feature. Let’s see how History was made!