Description:Developer: Viber Media Inc.
Newest Review: ... requires access to your address book and automatically shows all those with a Viber account. The interface is very similar to the Phone app on iPhone. There are five options on the bottom: messages, recents, contacts, keypad and 'more' from left to right. Messaging is instant, and there is also the option of sending your location or a picture taken then or from your gallery. There are lots ... more
Customer Viber Reviews (1)
by - written on 06/02/13 (Very useful, 67 readings)
Having family in various corners of the earth, I am always on the lookout for ways to communicate without breaking the bank. When I came to know of this app from my cousin, I was surprised I hadn't heard of it earlier. Viber is an application that enables you to call, text or share pictures with anyone anywhere over the Internet. It is available for various platforms like iPhone, Blackberry, Samsung, Windows phone, Nokia etc. I downloaded it for my iPhone free from the app store. It is only 17.6 MB in size. The app is updated regularly and new features are added with each update. The latest version is compatible with iPhone 5 and requires iOs 4.3 ... Read the complete review
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