This includes the Raspberry Pi Zero, Raspberry Pi 2 and Raspberry Pi 3 — single-board ARM based computers with over 14 million units sold worldwide — as well as CubieBoard, ASUS Tinker Board and others.
“We are excited to unveil Vivaldi for the popular development board Raspberry Pi and other Linux-based ARM devices," Vivaldi Technologies chief executive Jon von Tetzchner (below, right) said.
"Enthusiastic Raspberry Pi users who are looking for a more feature-rich and flexible browser, will find Vivaldi a thrilling experience.
The version for the Raspberry Pi lets users optimise settings to boost overall performance.
To reduce resource usage, animated GIFs can be turned off or the advanced Reader View can be used for a clutter-free reading environment.
Vivaldi also has built-in functionality such as tab grouping, screenshot capture, and the ability to take notes right in the browser which, in combination, increase the speed of browsing.
The Vivaldi experimental version for Linux-based ARM devices can be downloaded here.