Viber for Android is Here
If you remember back in May, XDA member cmlow0 told us about the launching of the private beta of the popular Viber for Android. Well, 2 months after that announcement, we have the official version available for download. The app lets you make free phone calls and send free text messages to other users that have Viber installed. The sound quality is above the average. Take advantage of WIFI for a totally free VoIP experience, or use your 3G service if you have unlimited data.
Viber may compete directly with Skype and other voip services, but sure we all just want to have good quality on our calls as a priority.
The app can be found for free in the usual place.
Originally posted by cmlow0
Viber beta for Android is here!
Register yourself here. Only 500 beta users!
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