Has the potential to save you a packet on phone calls and texts
by on September 13, 2011
The price of making calls from a mobile phone may have significantly reduced over the last few years but the rise of Wi-Fi on smartphones has meant that charges can get reduced to next to nothing if you are savvy enough.
One of the newer – and we have to say best – apps for doing this on the Android platform is Viber. The app allows you to talk and text as much as you want and all it wants in return is a slice of your 3G or, even better, use of your Wi-Fi connection.
The app took mere minutes to sort out when we reviewed it. After loading it up we were sent a code, which we added into the app. It asked if we wanted it to check our contacts for other Viber users and once we did this we were hooked into the Viber network.
It’s as simple as that. As this is free, what surprised us was that there was no in-app advertising and the user interface of the app was impressive – if a little purple.
Like all communication apps, you need to have other friends using it to benefit but Viber allows you to publicise you are on the app through the application itself. Once you have enough people using the app, then you will find that Viber is a fantastiv discovery.
Download Viber for Android now
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