After huge success on iphone, Viber now headed to Android. Viber is a free app which allows free international calls and text messages to other viber users using 3G or Wi-Fi. The sound quality is much better than a regular call. Calls are free as long as they are made to other Viber users and these is included cross platform support means you can call free to your iPhone friends who have Viber on their phone.

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Features:

  • Viber is free and with no ads. You just need internet connection: 3G or Wi-Fi to make calls.
  • Viber uses your phone number as your “identity” and lets you make free Viber phone calls to any of your friends that have Viber – using their phone number.
  • Invite Facebook and Twitter buddies on Viber
  • Viber widget notifies you of the number of missed calls and unread text messages
  • Much better sound quality than GSM or a regular phone call
  • Uses your existing contact list – check out which of your phone contacts and friends is already on Viber so that you can call and text them for free

Screenshots:

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Please note that Viber for Android is currently in a Beta stage and available only for Android 2.2 or above.

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6 COMMENTS

  1. About time! I only have a few iPhone friends so I can use this. The only problem I have with Viber though is how are they making money. I want to use there service but don’t want it disappearing one day.

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  3. However brilliant your VoIP or SMSoIP app is, it doesn’t work if your telco has made it impossible. Which they increasingly do (illegally applying “DPI”, “Deep Packet Inspection”) because they make no money from you using VoIP and SMSoIP, so they force you to use expensive GPRS, EDGE, 3G, 4G, HDMA, etc. etc.

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