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Viber Editor's Review
Today, the free calls over the internet became more and more popular. And while there are plenty of programs that allows you to do so, it's quite hard to choose. But of course, you go for the most featured and light program that you can find. That's what I like the most about Viber.
First of all, it's all cross platform. I know, it's not the only one who has multiple platform support, but its features are making Viber a complete fast and free communication app. It's fast, because it's light, simple and efficient. While other programs offer you this and that function, Viber developers managed to get most of the features, well, the most useful ones, into one program. So, you have high quality voice calls, free text (even group text), photo messages and location-sharing with Viber users. Nothing of these requires registration. The application will detect automatically your contacts who are using Viber, and is working great on 3G connection or wifi without major differences. Anyway, be careful because the usage of 3G will use your data plan and can generate extra costs.
As I mentioned before, it's a cross platform software. So, except for linux, you can have Viber on almost any device using Windows, MacOS, iOS, Android, Windows Phone, BlackBerry, Nokia (Symbian) and Samsung Bada.
I was testing the Windows and Android versions. Well, I wanted to check the Video Call feature, which so far is a beta feature, between these platforms. On Windows I have the feature, marked as beta, but on Android is not. So, I can make a voice call between these platforms, but so far, the Video call feature doesn't seem to be available on the mobile device. Location sharing is also a bit tricky. You only have a small purple arrow that will share your location with the person you are texting, if you activate the arrow. You can open the location in Maps, and let your GPS guide you to meet. Available on mobile device only.
If you want to install the windows version, you must first activate Viber on a mobile device, because Viber will use your telephone number as an identifier for the desktop version of the program. By using the desktop version of Viber you will get the advantage of getting all your viber contacts from your phone instantly on your desktop version.
App Pro's: It's light, efficient, group text, location sharing and has a very good voice quality over 3G connection
App Con's: Would be great to have all the features available on all platforms.
Conclusion: The application is great for free calls. We all know how expensive the calls/messages with other countries are, so, it's a good and efficient way to talk free with all your friends from all over the world.
Viber Publisher's Description
Viber for Windows lets you send free messages and make free calls to other Viber users, on any device and network, in any country!
Viber syncs your contacts, messages and call history with your mobile device, so you can start the conversation on the Viber mobile application and continue from the comfort of your PC.
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