A new snapshot of the development version of the Vivaldi browser is out. This version comes with almost 70 fixes and improvements, including a new privacy option for WebRTC, tab hibernation for Linux and more mouse gesture possibilities.
With two recent releases in this year, the Vivaldi browser has got some significant updates. Besides core changes, the browser got icons for bookmarked sites in the left pane. Additionally, the browser got new installer options and command line arguments which will allow the user to run multiple instances of Vivaldi and specify the browser profile from the command line.
A major release of the innovative Vivaldi browser was rolled out yesterday. Vivaldi Beta 2 is now available for public download . Let's see which nice features were included in this release.
Today is a significant day in the history of the development of the Vivaldi browser. It finally reached the Beta stage. Despite being based on Google's Blink/Chromium engine like many browsers these days, Vivaldi promises more customization and provides a unique set of features.
A new weekly build of the Vivaldi browser, version 184.108.40.206 has been released. While this build features only a few user interface changes, developers are focused on fixing bugs. Even though we track weekly builds here, the official build which regular users can download from the Vivaldi home page is still Technical Preview 3 (TP3). But this will change soon.
A new weekly build of the innovative browser, Vivaldi is out. This time it is Vivaldi 1.0.212. This version includes several usability improvements like a new feature enhancement to popular mouse gestures and many fixes for the most frequently reported bugs from the last released build. Let's take a closer look.
The weekly build of the revolutionary Vivaldi browser was issued a bit late this week. Instead of Monday, developers released it only yesterday due to serious bugs which they fixed before rolling out the build to the public. Vivaldi 220.127.116.11 features several improvements and interesting interface changes. Let's see what is new.
The Vivaldi browser developers who intend to make it a powerful replacement for the now abandoned Opera 12 have released a new weekly build of their browser. Unlike many previous builds, changes in Vivaldi 18.104.22.168 are notable for the regular user as they are not only under the hood but also in the user interface. Let's take a closer look.
Yesterday, the Vivaldi team rolled out a new weekly build of their revolutionary web browser. Unlike the previous release, this one does not come with lots of changes. However, a few changes and bug fixes are very interesting. Let's explore them.
Vivaldi is a relatively new browser with the goal of replacing the old Opera 12.x browser. It is highly customizable and is developed for power users. The Vivaldi developer team has introduced a new version of their browser. Unlike previous weekly releases, the new Vivaldi 22.214.171.124 brings several major improvements to the user interface of the browser. Let's see what those improvements are.