What is Viber?
Viber is a cross-platform instant messaging voice-over-Internet protocol application for smartphones, developed by Viber media. In addition to text messaging, users can also exchange images, video, and audio media messages. The client software is available for Mac OS, Android, Blackberry OS, iOS, Series 40, Symbian, Bada, Windows Phone, and Microsoft Windows. A Linux version is also in development, with a public beta released. Viber works on both 3G and 4G and Wi-Fi networks. It first requires installation on a phone, in order to work on a desktop and operating system environment. It was founded by four Israeli partners – Talmon Marco, Igor Megzinik, Sani Maroli, and Ofer Smocha. The startup was acquired by Rakuten in 2014.
Viber for Desktop also lets the user send free messages, as well as make free calls to other Viber users on any device, and on any network. Viber is a mobile application that allows the user to make phone calls and send text messages to all other Viber users for free.
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