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Viber 5.4.1 APK Free Download For Tablets – Improved Calls and Video Screens

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Viber is another popular messaging application with millions of users, over 500 million to be more exact. It was launched at the beginning of December 2010, being installed on iPhones, then, later, it was available for the rest of major mobile platforms: Android, Windows Phone, BlackBerry, Series 40, Symbian and Bada. But the application is also supported by tablets and computers running on Windows, Mac OS and Linux. Recently, a new update for Android was released and it brought some improvements.

Viber, which was created by four Israeli and Belarusian partners, comes with a bunch of features: free messages (texts, images, voice and video files) across all platforms, voice and video calls and group chats with 100 people. The application requires a mobile number to create an account, so it syncs with the device’s phone book and adds numbers that are registered to Viber. If you want to install Viber on your computer, first you will need to install it on your smartphone, because it needs your phone number.

Viber has a tab bar at the bottom, which gives you access to messages, recent calls, contact, keypad and there’s a button which allows accessing more options. In 2013, the developers launched the Viber Out service, which allows making voice calls to landline and mobile numbers, at low rates, but the users must buy credit ($4.99, $9.99, $24.99) using their credit cards or paypal accounts.

To install Viber on an Android device, you must run at least version 2.3. The new version has a file size of 37MB and brought enhancements for tablet users, improved calls and video screens, now it’s easier to send multiple photos and to activate a Viber account on a tablet. Also, the users can personalize their groups with their own icon and the Viber notifications can be customized in Priority Mode on Android L.

If you’ll download this APK from other sources than the Google Play store, you will need to enable an option called Unknown Sources, which is found on the device’s Settings.