Who would have thought that technology will evolve so quickly and people would be able to use their mobile devices to send messages for free, and even make video calls at a HD quality? With Viber, everything is possible, as this application requires an internet connection (WiFi or data plan) and has no hidden charges.
Viber was launched in 2010, starting as a mobile-based application which was used to send and receive text messages for free. However, there are also other messaging applications which offer similar features, and Skype or WhatsApp have more users, but 280 million isn’t a small number for Viber. This application keeps pace with its rivals and its technology satisfies many needs. The 100 million monthly active users are loyal to Viber because they are very satisfied with the platform and its features, especially video calling and instant messaging.
Viber can be downloaded for free from the official website. It can be installed on mobile devices running on Android, BlackBerry OS, iOS, Series 40, Symbian, Windows Phone or Bada, or on computers running on Windows, Mac OS or Linux. Unlike WhatsApp, which is free to use in the first year, then the users must pay an annual subscription worth 0.99 dollars, Viber can be used for free for a lifetime.
The application is very easy to install and use, as it requires a phone number to create an account. After it’s installed on your device, you don’t have to introduce contacts manually because it syncs with your phonebook and when it finds a person that uses Viber, it adds it automatically to your list of contacts.
As we were saying, Viber came to the market in 2010, but its developers kept improving its features, services and functionality. At first, only the voice calling feature was available, but now, the PC version allows the users to make video calls as well. In addition, in December 2013, was introduced Viber Out, which allows the users make calls on mobile and landline numbers at low rates.
The new version of Viber, 188.8.131.5221, brought superior HD codecs to provide HD-quality for voice and video calls, but both parties should have a fast internet connection, whether it’s 3G, 4G or via WiFi. This feature is available for Android devices running on KitKat and later and it will be improved to work for all platforms.
If you didn’t know, you can transfer video calls between devices, since the application supports both mobile devices and computers. So, if you started a video call or a voice call on one device, you can transfer it to another device, but with the condition that both devices have the latest Viber version.
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