Fans of the Vivaldi web browser will be pleased to hear it’s now available to install from Flathub. Vivaldi’s Flathub package is not official or verified, as the store listing makes clear: “This package is […]
Vivaldi web browser already does a lot, and as of the latest update it does a bit more: Mastodon, with native support for the decentralised social hub.
Furthering its ambition to replicate absolutely everything in existence inside itself, the latest Vivaldi web browser release adds a productivity feature.
I was using Vivaldi on Linux blissfully unaware that you can zoom the UI to increase the size of tabs, window controls, and in-app features. See how!
The Vivaldi web browser now comes with a built-in email client with configurable layout and offline support. Plus, new calendar & RSS feed reader features.
Vivaldi celebrates its 5th year of existence with a new update. The latest build of the feature-filled browser adds a translate panel and shareable themes.
Vivaldi 4.0 has a new language translation feature similar to Google Translate, but with privacy protections baked in. Plus, Vivaldi Mail client hits beta.
Using the Vivaldi web browser? If not, you might want to! The latest release of the Chromium-based browser touts performance boosts and enhanced features.
Vivaldi Mail is now available for testing. This IMAP and POP compatible email client is built-in to the Vivaldi web browser in new snapshot builds.
The latest update to the Vivaldi web browser comes with an arcade game baked inside. Why? Well, why not! Learn more about this release in this post.
Want to hit pause on the internet and take a well-deserved breather? The latest version of Vivaldi comes with a 'break mode' feature to do just that.
Want your web browser to have a built-in word-processor? Of course not, but the bods behind Vivaldi have added one anyway, and here's how It works.