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Mobile & Wireless

Viber releases desktop apps, has over 200 mln users

Wednesday 8 May 2013 | 09:10 CET | News

Free mobile messaging and VoIP platform Viber has released Viber Desktop for PC and Mac. The new version integrates seamlessly with existing mobile versions of the app, with all mobile Viber contacts instantly and continuously synced. Calls are seamlessly transferred between the two apps with one click and messages and conversations deleted from one device are removed from all devices. Viber also announced that it now has over 200 million users.

The release of Viber Desktop is part of the rollout of Viber 3.0, which will update the Android and iOS versions as well as adding a new version for BlackBerry. Viber 3.0 offers video messaging, new stickers, a new voice engine and other new features. The company has also added support for eight new languages, taking the total to 27. The new languages for Viber for Android are Dutch, Korean, Swedish and Turkish. Viber for iPhone’s new languages are Dutch, Indonesian, Korean, Malay, Swedish, Thai, Turkish and Vietnamese.


Categories: Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Viber
Countries: World
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Hi, This is an official representative from Viber. :) We are thrilled about our new releases, and we hope that our users and fans out there will make the most out of them! As usual, we're here to address our users' questions and doubts directly. If you need assistance, please don't hesitate to let us know :) Best regards, the Viber Team.
Viber Team @ 8/5/2013 - 12:07


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