You can now send third-party instant messages through Google voice commands. Right now, only WhatsApp, Viber and a few others are supported but Google is working on adding more apps to this list in the future.
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In today's app update roundup, Carbon gets renamed to Helium, along with other updates, RunKeeper makes it even easier to track your fitness activities, and Viber gets a face-lift and a desktop client! Let's take a look.
Viber 3.0 introduces video calling on new desktop client, plus improved Android app UI
Viber has recently launched version 3.0 of its Android and iOS applications, promising a fresh user experience on Android and a new desktop client for cross-device messaging, calling and even video calls.
Through a few sent messages and subsequent action, the app allows the person with your device to access it completely. All the pics, info, contacts and files will be available... just as if it were you. The flaw is within the app, so which device you have means nothing in this scenario.
Verizon Messages 4.0 brings SMS messaging to phone, tablet and PC
No one likes paying for text messages, right? And there's only so many things you can do with an SMS. No photos (that's called MMS), no location sharing, no read receipts, nothing that you'd associate with modern instant messaging platforms. That's why we can't help but love called Viber.
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