Viber Desktop 4.0 Brings Official Linux Support
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 19 November 2013 at 03:57 PM EST. 30 Comments
We knew it was coming and yesterday it officially arrived: Viber 4.0 is out on the desktop and it officially supports Linux.

Viber is a fastly-growing VoIP application that supports free text messaging, free calls, and other social services. Viber is free to use and doesn't require any registration process. Viber has been available for Windows, OS X, iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and even BlackBerry and Nokia platforms, while with the 4.0 release yesterday it officially supports Linux.

Back in August I wrote about the Viber Linux client originally appearing while now it's been officially released as part of version 4.0.

Those interested in fetching Viber 4.0 for Linux can stop by Viber.com.
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