Another week, and another stonkingly stellar selection of Linux apps updates have made available for us to enjoy or moan about. In this roundup we take in a user-friendly yet powerful non-linear video editor, a […]
A new version of the Vivaldi web browser has been released — and it’s even more customisable than before! The Vivaldi 2.2 update adds a “pop out” video player feature (just like the picture-in-picture feature available […]
Raspberry Pi users can now use the Vivaldi web browser, with Vivaldi releasing an experimental ARM build of its browser through its website.
Vivaldi 1.8 is super-charges the browser history, helping to give you an unparalleled amount of insight in to your online activities.
A number of nifty Linux apps we’ve written about previously have shared some updates over the past few days. Rather than write about each of them individually we thought we’d round-up them up into one […]
Not really meriting a post in their own right, but certainly deserving of mention, is a round of recent updates to 3 apps we regularly write about. Among them… Shotwell 0.25.1. Shotwell 0.25.1 is the latest “unstable” snapshot of the image organiser-come-photo […]
A new version of the power-user web browser Vivaldi has been released and is now available for download.
Want to watch Netflix in Vivaldi or another Chromium-based web browser on Linux without installing Google Chrome? This script has you covered.
The latest development release of the browser improves proprietary media support on Linux, with specific attention to Ubuntu, OpenSUSE and Slackware.
The latest Vivaldi snapshot adds tab hibernation, more mouse gestures and sets Yahoo! as the default search engine.
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The team behind the Vivaldi web browser have made a new development snapshot available for download.