Viber instant messaging client for Linux came in August, but did so surreptitiously, in beta and only available to a 64-bit systems generic installer. Now the download is official, but the architecture remains limited and, even worse, what is offered is a deb package support Ubuntu and derived unspecified.
official download Viber 4.0, in fact, reached late last month, but when you turn up for the official website, the Linux version was one day, the other not. The situation has stabilized and choose the desktop version of the application, which will discharge the above mentioned package, according to reports, has been tested on Ubuntu, Linux Mint and Zorin OS .
So now you know: if you are using Ubuntu or a derived version of 64-bit install Viber is so simple a priori to download the executable and run it, pun intended. What if your system is 32-bit? There recommend installing the Windows version via Wine , so do not say more.
What if you are using another distribution? In the event that your architecture is 32-bit, no nothing (or do it with Wine). If 64-bit, the generic installer still available, but I see that I could try it, and as a reference source AUR usually in these situations do not let it all clear (if someone in the comments so we can confirm, better better).
if anyone knows Viber is an instant messaging client WhatsApp type or Line : send text messages, images, group chat and voice calls. In addition, it is available for Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android Windows Phone … even Bada. Curiously, Viber 4.0 is based on Qt 5.