Viber is one of the leading voice over IP applications developed for smartphones. It also acts as a way to share images, videos, and audio. The software can be supported on many smartphones. Viber is capable of working in 3G, 4G, and wifi. However, to work in a desktop environment, the software needs to be installed on a PC.
Viber is one of the best applications that can be used on a smartphone. In 2014, Viber had over 100 million active users on its network. There were around 280 million registered users at that time. But what about using it on a PC and making it more useful? In the following section, we will take you through the process involved in installing Viber on a PC.
How to Install Viber on PC – Step by Step Guidance
Step 1: The first step in the process is to go to www.viber.com, which is the official website of Viber. This will look something like this screenshot.
Step 2: As shown in the above screenshot, next, you need to click on the “Get Viber” button which will ask you to Save the viber.exe setup file in a suitable location. By clicking the save button, the setup file can be saved in a preferred location.
Step 3: By double clicking on the viber.exe file, the following window will be displayed as the next step.
Step 4: By ticking the “I agree to the license and term and conditions,” the install button will become active, and the user will be able to move on with the installation.
Step 5: The Installation process will look like this.
Step 6: After the installation completes, the following window will appear.
Step 7: It will ask to confirm if the user has Viber on his mobile phone.
The answer should be “Yes”. If “No” the user will not be able to run Viber on his PC.
Step 8: The user will need to choose the correct country, and input his correct phone number into the above slot.
Step 9: An activation code will be sent to the phone that Viber is installed in. This code needs to be entered here in order for the installation to complete.
When the installation completes the contacts on the phone will be automatically synchronized with the desktop application and the user can start using it as he used it on the smartphone itself.