Download Viber for Linux

November 23, 2013
Linux gets Viber. Viber is an instant messenger, video & telephony app similar to Microsoft Skype that allows you to connect with others freely. It is popular on mobile devices the world over with a base of more than 200 million users in over 193 countries. People use Viber to send free text messages, photo messages, video messages and share locations with other users. It also allows you to make free HD-quality calls to other Viber users on iPhone, Android, Windows Phone, Blackberry, Windows, Mac, Symbian, Nokia S40 and Bada devices over 3G/4G or WiFi connections.

Now they have released a Linux version of the popular Viber client. Viber for Linux can be installed on the following Linux distributions - Ubuntu, Mint, and Zorin OS. But it should possibly work without any problem in most major Linux distributions. Unfortunately, this release of the Linux client of Viber does not allow you to make video calls over the Internet yet, which is supported on Windows and Mac OS X.

You can download the Linux version of Viber by visiting