Viber for Windows Phone 8 is still on the way, but we're now almost there. According to TruTower, the Viber team has submitted the app to the Windows Phone Store and expects it to be available in the next few days. We previously looked at CEO Talmon Marco confirming that Viber is indeed coming soon to Windows Phone, and now the same soul has revealed that the app has indeed been submitted.
We'll be sure to fire up an article when the app is live on the store with a quick walkthrough on what's new for consumers to take advantage of. Should you be eagerly awaiting voice support, you won't have to wait much longer. Also note that this release will not be exclusive to Lumia devices through the Nokia Collection, but will instead be available for all Windows Phone 8 devices
via: TruTower; thanks to everyone who tipped us!
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