Viber is now arriving on Series 40, Symbian and Bada, hits 100 million users
With over 1.5 billion Series 40 phones sold since the platform was launched, this is a huge step on Viber’s path to become the first truly global VoIP client.
While Microsoft’s multi-billion acquisition Skype might be the first VoIP app to come to mind, it’s a demanding app available on modern smartphones like iOS, Android and Windows Phone. Viber is also available on those platforms plus RIM’s BlackBerry, works quietly in the background at all times and is coming to over 1.5 billion of feature phones, satisfying the developing world’s need for free calls.
Viber is also unveiling new functionality for its existing apps - the Windows Phone version of the app is now adding support for 720p HD video calling.
Finally, Viber has been growing steadily since the first day of its launch in late 2010. In February, it hit 50 million, in May the number grew to 70 million and right now, there are more than 100 million Viber users across the globe making 10 million free calls a day. Not bad for an app that’s less than two years old, is it?
source: Viber via Tech Crunch
1. Droid_X_Doug posted on 28 Aug 2012, 07:29 6 2
I wonder how long before Apple tries to shut down Viber with a patent infringement lawsuit?
5. picka_vi_materina posted on 28 Aug 2012, 12:03 1 2
Bada gets it, but not Maemo/MeeGo? Pathetic!
6. pikapowerize (banned) posted on 28 Aug 2012, 20:50 0 0
so viber works like BBM but BBM is so superior and viber has superiority too.. interesting... and i just ask, why make a version to symbian since elop is dying to kill the OS so fast...s40? what the heck is that? will it now support video calling and front facing camera?! bada is also dead... they should start working on jolla's version and html5 version like the new tizen and firefox...