The former CEO of Opera has decided to give his previous browser a bit of competition with Vivaldi, conceived for those users that don't have time to waste when it comes to browsing.
A browser that bears the user in mind
One of the strengths of Vivaldi is how the user interacts with it. That's why it has been designed to make it much easier to browse and faster to complete different actions. In turn, it also bears flexibility in mind, allowing users to customize different features.
It intends to be the most customizable browser.
- Quick commands to run actions via hotkeys.
- Integrates a notebook into the browser.
- Hub for quick access bookmarks.
- Tabs can be overlaid to improve their organization.
Awaiting new improvements, Vivaldi has shown its intentions and is a candidate to enter the browser war.