Vivaldi announced today that it has partnered with Renault to bring its web browser to the carmaker’s next-generation vehicles.
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The latest version of the Vivaldi web browser adds a Reading List to the sidebar and offers blocked tracker and advertising statistics.
Vivaldi has shipped new versions of its browser on Windows and Android, adding scrollable tabs and a reading list on the former.
Not surprisingly, Brave isn’t the only browser maker unimpressed by Google’s move from FloC to Topics. Now Vivaldi is weighing in, too.
Vivaldi announced that it is the first company to bring its web browser to Android Automotive, in this case via the Polestar 2 electric car.
Indie web browser maker Vivaldi has publicly lashed out at Microsoft’s user-hostile and potentially illegal behavior with Microsoft Edge.
Vivaldi has announced the latest major update to its flagship web browser on Windows, Linux, macOS, and Android.
This week, Vivaldi upgraded its flagship desktop web browser to version 4.3, adding several useful new improvements.
The new version of the Vivaldi web browser on desktop and mobile offers two new features, Accordion Tabs and Command Chains.
Vivaldi is launching the next major version of its web browser, which features Vivaldi Translate and betas of Vivaldi Mail, Calendar, and Feed Reader.
Vivaldi has released new versions of its desktop and Android web browsers. Both include a new feature called Cookie Crumbler.
Not to be outdone by DuckDuckGo and Brave, alternative browser maker Vivaldi has announced that it, too, will block Google FLoC user tracking.
The latest version of the Vivaldi web browser opens tabs twice as fast, and windows 26 percent faster, than the previous version.
The Vivaldi web browser is taking a unique approach to management lots of tabs: It’s adding a second row of tabs called Two-Level Tab Stacks.
Vivaldi has taken a page from the Netscape Communicator playbook with the release of Mail, Calendar, and Feed Reader components in its web browser.
Vivaldi 3.2 for Android provides a more consistent UX along with improvements to its anti-tracker and ad blocking functionality.
Vivaldi has released a major new version of its web browser with new tracking and ad blockers, plus its first-ever Android browser.
Vivaldi is another great web browser that should be part of the conversation about the move away from Google Chrome.
Alternative web browser maker has finally launched the first mobile version of its product, on Android, in beta form.
Vivaldi CEO Jon von Tetzchner has called on Google to stop abusing its monopoly power and undercutting his business.