Viber, the popular IM and VoIP app for mobile devices, also has its own desktop client for Windows and Mac, which massively increases the flexibility of this widely used, free communication tool.
This is a new software that’s compatible with the various available mobile versions of Viber and offers you a complete and fully functional alternative to let you communicate with your contacts, sending and receiving calls and messages no matter which device you’re on.
The only fixed requirement is that you already have the Viber app preinstalled on your mobile device, whether it be Android or iOS, so you can sync your account details and view all the data assigned to your phone number, including contacts and chat history. Once you install the app on your computer, the only thing left to be done is log in with your registered ID.
The desktop version includes all the features of the original app, such as the option to make voice or video calls, or send stickers or other files in your chats. And all of these features are multiplatform, meaning they auto-sync between devices so you can carry on with chats on your smartphone that you’ve started on your PC, and vice versa.
Viber is a highly useful app that lets users save lots of money on calls.
How to communicate in Clan Battles in Clash Royale
The arrival of Clan Battles to Clash Royale has changed how we’re playing this blockbuster title from Supercell. The fact that we can now play alongside a companion from our Clan has added an element of teamwork in a game that’s always been characterized by cutthroat competition. Though this mode is only available temporarily, we still thought it was a good idea to explain several ways to improve communication with your teammate and thereby avoid doing the same things over and over.
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