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Viber app hits version 1.1, gets network quality indicator

You might remember an app that we showed a while ago that can be used to perform free calls from your iPhone. Of course, we’re talking about Viber app, and if you’re a Viber user, you’ll be happy to know that newer version this app is available on App Store.

So what does a new version of Viber app has to offer? Since Viber uses data connection for making calls, developers have decided to add a quality meter on the side of the app that shows how good the connection is. Although this is only a minor update, it’s quite useful to have a connection indicator so that you can know whether you can use data connection or regular cellar network. Of course, there are other improvements such as improved voice quality, Bluetooth, and call connection improvements.
Current version of this app is 1.1 and if you haven’t tried it yet we suggest that you give it a go from the App Store for a test drive.


  1. Hello,
    This is a member of the Viber Development Team! :)
    Thank you for your review of Viber 1.1. we are very happy that so many people worldwide are interested in our application.

    I would just like to add that Viber will soon be available also on other devices, and not only iPhone. the next one is Android, and it will happen in March. Viber will also allow to send Text Messages very soon (February).

    If you have any question about Viber - please feel free to ask.

    the Viber Team.


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