Vivaldi and Startpage have made an agreement, so Vivaldi users can now use this privacy-focused engine as a search option in the browser. It is will be included by default and available everywhere, including the dedicated search box in the UI.
A new developer snapshot of Vivaldi, now allows customizing menus. You can add, remove, or rearrange entries the way you want. Also, there a new Notes manager feature.
The long-awaited version 3.0 of the Vivaldi browser has finally reached the stable branch. The team behind the app has released Vivaldi 3.0, along with its Android counterpart. The release is notable for the built-in tracker and ad blocker, which is customizable, and allows connecting custom ad subscription lists.
The most innovative and feature rich Vivaldi browser has got a new portion of updates in the developer snapshot 1874.7. Besides general fixes and improvements, there are a couple of changes made to the clock and video pop-out features.
The team behind the impressive Vivaldi browser is working hard to make the upcoming Vivaldi version app even better. Recent dev snapshots have introduced a number of improvements made to the ad blocker and popout video, including markup space hiding for blocked ads. Also, the upcoming app will become Vivaldi 3.0, increasing the major version number from 2.12.
A new developer snapshot of Vivaldi Android has introduced the long awaited feature - the built-in ad blocker. The app has received it, following the Desktop version of Vivaldi.
A new developer snapshot of Vivaldi, which represents the upcoming version 2.12, now allows managing subscription lists for the built-in Ad Blocker. As you may remember, Vivaldi 2.12 will include a native ad blocker tool, which is part of the tracker blocker feature of the browser.
Finally this has happened. The most customizable and user-friendly browser on the market, introduced a built-in Ad Blocker, in addition to its Tracker blocker feature.
These days, all mainstream browsers look the same. They have a very simplified look, have a very limited set of basic features without any deeper customization, hide essential features behind hidden options, or entirely lack them. Most of them require you to install a number of add-ons to make them work as you want. Thankfully, things are different when it comes to Vivaldi.
A new developer snapshot of the Vivaldi browser is out today. Build 1843.5 adds a new feature to the browser - a clock tool, that displays the current time right in the status bar, and directly allows setting alarms.