Vivaldi is a Chromium-based web browser made by Norwegian Vivaldi Technologies. Preview version of the browser was released in January 2015, and in April 2016, the company released 1.0 version of the browser. The philosophy that guides the developers is that users should be free to customize their browser as they see fit.
The user interface of Vivaldi can be customized more so than in any other browser out there. You can manually arrange Opened tabs in groups, and you can work with several tabs simultaneously in split screen. Users can extensively configure keyboard shortcuts and mouse gestures in the browser. You can also take notes and make the screenshots of the web pages you visit. And if you are still lacking features and customization, most Google Chrome’s extensions work well in Vivaldi.
Unlike many other major browsers, Vivaldi’s team values user’s privacy. Most settings that can present a risk to your privacy, are switched off by default. And synchronization feature is end-to-end encrypted, which means that the company cannot access the data you synchronize (you have to set a password for this to work).