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Viber is a cross-platform Internet phone and instant messaging software for smartphones.
Viber users can communicate with each other for free without registration or payment, as long as both parties have the software installed. Viber supports multiple languages including Chinese.
Viber supports iPhone and Android phones (also available on iPod Touch or iPad), Viber requires your phone number to register (registration is completely free), then it will read your phone's original address book list, and if it finds that your friends in your address book have already registered for Viber, it will automatically recognize and identify them. Then you can call or text it directly through the network for free.
Viber integrates with your local address book, in fact, your address book is a list of friends, what Viber does is to tell you which people in this list you can already talk to via Viber for free (i.e. the other person also has Viber installed).
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