Today’s snapshot is the first release candidate for Vivaldi Mobile 3.2.
People who are involved in the open-source community often ask us why Vivaldi browser isn’t available under a unified open-source license. Here we explain why.
Today’s snapshot is the first release candidate for 3.2 for desktop and notebooks.
This update includes backported security fixes from the Chromium project.
This snapshot makes URL cropping easier to understand and bumps Chromium to the latest stable version.
Syncing your calendar and contacts to your mobile phones and other desktop calendars become more user-friendly in the Vivaldi Webmail. Find out more.
This snapshot includes variety of fixes and improvements.
For today’s snapshot we moved tab switcher navigation to the bottom of the screen.
This snapshot adds a mute button to the pop-out video (Picture-In-Picture [PiP]) window.
The missing part of removing custom sources for Ad and Tracker blockers is here.
The last snapshot had a crash related to extensions lacking an icon, so this is a small update to resolve that.
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