Vivaldi has a new feature that lets you create your own custom gesture commands.
Scott Johnson and Tom Merritt discuss.
Vivaldi is a slick-looking product with pleasing touches, such as the fact that the browser’s color scheme changes to match the website being viewed.
“I’ve also come to appreciate features like quick commands and tab stacking.”
There’s a new desktop browser launching today. It’s called Vivaldi, and it’s explicitly for power users — people who like to customize their browsers to the greatest extent.
Vivaldi is a browser for power users, though there’s nothing to stop anybody else from using it.
“One of my favorite features is an aesthetic one – Vivaldi automatically colors itself to suit the webpage you’re currently visiting.”
Today, his new company — Vivaldi — launched the first public version of its new browser.
Vivaldi’s inventive new features help get things done on the web.
Vivaldi has brilliant tab-management features, including a search box that lets you find an open tab by typing in keywords and a “tiling” view that lets you see several tabs side by side.