Vivaldi, a new web browser for your Raspberry Pi


Little by little the possibilities that our Rasbperry Pi offers us are increasing, in this sense today I want to talk about the arrival of Vivaldi to the platform, a web browser that is already available to start using it in an experimental version, or at least that is what the developers of this system have confirmed based on Chrominum.

According to the official statement, it seems and after a long time invested in development, it is now available in a first test version or Vivaldi beta to be used in ARM architectures, something that for the development team itself was a fundamental milestone for the product. Thanks to the arrival of this powerful and interesting browser to the famous controller, all users will be able to enjoy a much more fluid experience, especially when it comes to web browsing.

All Raspberry Pi users can now enjoy Vivaldi on our card

In case you do not know Vivaldi, tell you that we are talking about a web browser developed by a person like Jon von Tetzchner, that is, the creator of the very well-known Opera. The idea of ​​creating this web browser came about when Jon von Tetzchner left the Opera development team due to discrepancies in the development of Opera.

As for the browser itself, it should be noted that if until a few months ago it was still seen by the community as a very interesting project although still a bit 'green' and lacking in development, the truth is that so far this year its responsible have put a lot the 'battery'to achieve the development of numerous improvements, especially related to the privacy in user navigation, ability to play GIFs and even a window manager or advanced reading mode.

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