Vivaldi is a new, feature-rich web browser that combines an Opera-like interface with the open source Chromium platform.
Vivaldi is very similar to the Opera browser in many ways. There are some cool, cool features, such as an interface that changes colors to match the dominant color on the page as you navigate between sites.
In addition to the cool effects, the browser is clearly designed with power users in mind, as the Quick Commands tool shows. This helps the user to search for or run commands in a manner similar to the Spotlight feature in OS X.
Vivaldi supports browsing with mouse gestures, and the well-known “Speed Dial” interface that shows your favorite tabs on the new tab page is also a great, albeit old, feature available in this new web browser.
Key Features Include:
- Quick commands.
- Card Stacks.
- Adaptive interface.
- Spatial navigation.
The Vivaldi circuit also looks great. Inside the left toolbar is the Bookmarks menu which has the Bookmarks and Downloads menu and the Notes tool. There’s a lot of room here, but the interface doesn’t feel cluttered. Items are laid out in logical places, all small and out of sight for a fresh, clean look.
Overall, Vivaldi has a crisp, crisp interface that uses simple yet effective fonts and icons. It is clearly aimed at advanced users as the various features and tools show. It is relatively small (for a browser) and does not use up system resources. If you fancy a switch from Chrome, Safari, Opera, or Firefox, why not check it out?
- Vivaldi 5.0.2497.32 for Windows
- Windows 10,
- Windows 11,
- Windows 8.1,
- Windows 8,
- Windows 7
- Languages available:
- Date added:
- Thursday 20 June 2019
- Vivaldi Technologies
- File name:
We don’t have any changelog information for version 5.0.2497.32 of Vivaldi yet. Sometimes publishers take a while to release this information, so check back in a few days to see if it has been updated.