"Viber is a VoIP tool that allows smartphone users to make worldwide voice and video calls."
Viber lets its users not only make VoIP-based calls around the globe but also share free messages and multimedia attachments. This is one of the most used apps of its kind, offering high quality of communication, even on a 3G connection.
Viber is a free service, available for Android and iOS mobile devices, along with Windows, Mac, and Linux desktop versions. Users pay only for dialing landline and mobile numbers, and the rates vary per country. The main reasons why businesses use this app are for attracting their target audience, marketing purposes, a high quality of communication, and account management.
Viber doesn't require any username and password registration. To make unlimited free voice and video calls, users only need their mobile phone number. The app is easy to install, easy to use, and it runs in the background of a smartphone if a user allows it.
Support: Email Support, Phone Support, Help Center, and FAQs.
Integrations: Cortana, Facebook, Twitter, Nexmo, and Zapier.
The main users of Viber are individuals and businesses.
It can be installed on following operating systems: Android, iOS, Windows, MacOS, and Linux.
Yes, Viber offers REST API.
This service is generally used for making free VoIP calls and instant messaging.
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