Vivaldi Browser Snapshot

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About this app

Snapshots are work-in-progress builds that are available for anyone to download and test. Install it now to try new features and fixes before they are polished and prepared for the Stable release.

We recommend Snapshots to developers and advanced users who want a sneak peak of the features we have in store for the major releases, while at the same time being patient with us as we debug and improve further.

As always, we really appreciate your feedback! Let us know what you think of our latest Snapshot by commenting on the Snapshot Blog.

Read more about the difference between Snapshot and Stable versions of Vivaldi Browser.
Updated on
May 7, 2024

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Ratings and reviews

2.26K reviews
Ian Macdonald
November 29, 2020
Finally, a Chromium-based browser with working, encrypted sync that doesn't use Google. There are a couple of problems, however: LastPass sees Vivaldi as an app, not as a browser, so it doesn't take the URL into account and therefore offers no accounts to log into. And there's no easy way to allow third-party cookies on a per site basis. That said, the return of proper sync alone after years in the Brave wilderness makes the switch worthwhile, but it's only on the desktop that Brave comes into its own, with web panels, tab stacking and tiling, built in window capture, sending of tabs to remote devices, and a very detailed level of configurability.
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Casper Moon
May 5, 2023
Absolutely hands down the browser for me. In a world where your options are low-supported third party software, or big tech offerings; finding a middle ground with a company you can trust is a godsend. Since it's built off of chromium you'll still have all the versatility and usefulness that chrome would give you, sync works across all devices, and they stay up-to-date to keep their offering competitive and modern. It has had its hiccups, but years into any browser will do that.
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Cain Harris
August 23, 2023
Vivaldi has been my #1 pick for browser for a couple years on desktop now. This app has been a solid experience too. It is by far the best browser UI experience I've had on Android. And the non-Google sync between desktop and mobile makes it an easy choice for me. The only thing stopping it from being my only mobile browser is no addon support. That's still limited to just a couple browsers so it's understandable, but addon support would make Vivaldi the only browser I ever touch.
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What's new

Hi! Today's snapshot contains:
* UI improvements
* Regression fixes
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