Better late than never: Viber Out makes its way to the Windows Phone version of the messenger

Better late than never: Viber Out makes its way to the Windows Phone version of the messenger
Viber for Windows Phone devices has been just updated and now finally comes with one of the most prominent features of the popular messenger on board – Viber Out. Viber Out allows you to easily call any landline or mobile phone numbers. Of course, this feature does not come for free and requires you to have a certain amount of Viber Out credit.

But that's not all, folks! Windows Phone users can now easily send video messages and multiple photos in bunch, too. Again, these features have been present on the iOS and Android versions of the app for quite some time now, but it's always pleasant to see that the apps for the Windows Phone OS are slowly closing the app and feature gap – after all, some competition never killed anybody.

Support for hands-free Bluetooth devices is on board, as well. Now, whenever you are on a call, Viber can easily transfer it to your Bluetooth headset.

As some of you might remember, the Windows Phone version of Viber received the sticker market and enhanced push notifications with a previous update. Combine this with the newly-added Viber Out functionality and you get an messenger app that doesn't fall behind.

Download: Viber (Windows Phone | iOS | Android)

via: Engadget


1 Comment

1. kamen

Posts: 103; Member since: Jul 18, 2011

Really tried to like it. But it is slow as hell on Lumia 925 and cannot turn of the in-chat beep sound.

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