Continuing on its path to provide the most personal, feature-packed browser, Vivaldi today released version 1.3.
Molly E. Holszchlag, one of the most influential women in the world of open web, has joined the company looking after Developer Relations.
Every six weeks, Vivaldi releases a new update to its browser. Today, Vivaldi released version 1.2. It’s loaded with feature updates and improvements, like new shortcuts, better tabs and more customizations. To try it all, download Vivaldi 1.2 today from vivaldi.com
Coming just three weeks after Vivaldi 1.0 debuted to worldwide acclaim, Vivaldi today released an upgrade with a number of improvements to tabs, better import of bookmarks for older browsers, and more. If you already use Vivaldi, you’ll be prompted to upgrade automatically. To download Vivaldi 1.1, visit vivaldi.com
Vivaldi debuts its long-awaited first version to help everyone make their web browsing more productive, efficient and fun.
‘Twas eight days before Christmas, when all through the web
Not a cursor was clicked, not even with a mouse;
The tabs were stacked so lovingly with care,
awaiting Vivaldi beta 2, soon to be there…’
Vivaldi today unveiled the beta version of its free web browser packed with features and capabilities designed for the web’s most demanding users. Try the free Vivaldi web browser at vivaldi.com
Vivaldi today unveiled its fourth Technical Preview, the final before beta. New customization options let you build your dream web browser in just a few clicks. Try the free web browser at http://www.vivaldi.com/
Vivaldi launched its newest Technical Preview today with a focus on productivity. Tab tiles, page actions, mouse gestures and better note taking combine to underscore Vivaldi’s singular focus to build a better browser for the web’s savviest users. Download it from http://www.vivaldi.com/
Vivaldi Technologies today released the second technical preview of the new Vivaldi web browser. The new technical preview underscores Vivaldi’s mission: to give the web’s most discerning users the browser they deserve.