Viber app for Windows 10 now ready for download

Windows 10 users can download the new Universal Viber app on their desktop, laptop, or tablet.

Viber app for Windows 10 download

The popular messaging service Viber has released a new Universal Windows Platform (UWP) app that anyone can download from the Store. While there has been a Viber app for Windows, it was a traditional desktop app that didn’t respond very well to high-DPI display and it wasn’t a touch-friendly app.

The new Viber app for Windows 10 has the same look and feel as the app for mobile on other devices, but now features an easy-to-use and touch-friendly UI that adapts to any screen.

As always, the app allows you to send and receive messages and make HD phone and video calls over Wi-Fi and mobile networks. This is in addition to being able to share photos, videos and voice messages, links, and stickers.

The new app, which has been re-written from the ground up, also offers access to Public Chats, end-to-end encryption, and People app integration.

And that’s not all… The Viber app for Windows 10 also includes support for group messages with up to 200 users, and you can even delete messages you sent in case you screw up in your last text.

Like the mobile app, you get chat information and contact details, and even a padlock icon letting you know the message has been securely.

Viber is responsive app, which means that it automatically adapts to any screen, including your desktop, laptop, or tablet.

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