Install Viber on Ubuntu and CentOS
This post will help you to install Viber on Ubuntu. Viber is a messenger app that uses the internet to send messages, images, audio or video. You can also make phone calls and video calls to other Viber users for free.
The native Linux client is available for Ubuntu and Fedora Linux distributions but only for 64 bit systems. Click here to download the latest version of Viber.
Viber for Linux is suitable for Debian and RPM-based operating systems and comes in two formats. Please note that you need to install Viber on your mobile first to configure it on your desktop client. Once it is installed the messages will be shown on all devices. Viber Syncs your contacts and messages with your Mobile device.
- Text, photo and sticker messages
- Group conversations
- Call any Viber user for free
- Full sync between your mobile and your Linux Viber
- Transfer ongoing calls between your mobile and your desktop
- No registration, passwords or invitations required
- Tested on: Ubuntu, Fedora
The installation is very simple and straightforward.
Run the following commands to install Viber on Ubuntu:
wget http://download.cdn.viber.com/cdn/desktop/Linux/viber.deb sudo dpkg -i viber.deb sudo apt install -f
yum install https://download.cdn.viber.com/desktop/Linux/viber.rpm
dnf install http://download.cdn.viber.com/desktop/Linux/viber.rpm
zypper install http://download.cdn.viber.com/desktop/Linux/viber.rpm
Install Viber from Source
You can also install Viber from source archive.
wget http://download.cdn.viber.com/cdn/desktop/Linux/Viber.zip unzip Viber.zip sh Viber.sh
Uninstall Viber (Optional)
Uninstall Viber using the following single command:
sudo apt purge viber
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