Hands-on with all the new features in Vivaldi 2.4
You don’t have to look far to find some excellent media coverage of Vivaldi 2.4! And this time, we’re happy to say, it’s entirely focused on the great new features we introduced. If you’re looking for stories to share, here’s a handful that hits the mark: PC World, Softpedia, Ghacks, NDTV, Tech2! 😍
Mark Hackman of PC World feels that “Vivaldi doesn’t have quite all the features that Chrome has”. Bet you disagree! Still not too late to comment under the PC World tweet!
Vivaldi 2.4 enhances the browser's tab wizardry https://t.co/y86Dk3vfxu by @markhachman
— PCWorld (@pcworld) March 27, 2019
Also, take a look at what some media from around the world said: Germany, France, Poland, Russia, Japan, China, Brazil.
Hooray for our fans in Germany 🇩🇪
We’re seeing a steady increase in the number of people who use Vivaldi in Germany! That’s fantastic! We know our German fans are incredibly techy and focused on security. We’re proud more and more Germans are browsing with Vivaldi. No surprise then that our latest news has been carried by all major tech publications in Germany: Golem, Chip, Heise, ComputerBild. If you are one of our Ambassadors in Germany, do share our news! 😇
Building buttons that move: behind the scenes
For the first time in Vivaldi history, with the new update, a button can exist in more than one location. Henrik Helmers who worked on this new functionality, tells us how he was able to achieve this. Take a look at his insights and share with those interested in design!
Vivaldi dev @helmers takes a deep dive into the process of making your browser's buttons move 🛠
→ https://t.co/aA2j8TLT6g#uidesign #dev
— Vivaldi (@vivaldibrowser) March 28, 2019
As always, a big thank you for helping us spread the word about Vivaldi! 😍