I've been using the Vivladi browser for several months now - for applications that require a chrome engine and for work.
Putting aside all the work annoyance, I feel like I can say fairly: it sucks and I hate it.
The worst thing about it is how it wants to autocomplete with sponsored brands. I ~never~ want to go to the Morrisons website. Never.. There aren't any near me and there's no reason on earth I would just go browse a grocery store. I want to go to Moodle, but start typing MO and it's nudging me hard towards a store I had no emotions about previously.
Why does the company want this? I've been trained hard to avoid them as much as possible. And indeed, my mental ranking of them has dropped from "seems ok I guess" to "the only thing worse is ASDA".
@celesteh It's interesting that your experience is quite the opposite of mine. I started using Vivaldi for the last three books I translated, because the notes function was ideal for keeping track of background research and quotations. Autocomplete only shows me my own bookmarks, so I don't recall even seeing sponsored brands. I'm not happy that it is not open source, but I found their explanation of that reasonably convincing.