Viber, the mobile messaging app bought by Japan’s e-commerce giant Rakuten for $900 million, is spreading its wings beyond voice calling on mobile after it introduced video calling to its Android and iOS apps. The service has offered video calling from its desktop apps for some while, but Viber CEO Talmon Marco tells TNW that it is now ready to replicate the experience on mobile, after two years of work and testing. Marco says that the service is robust enough to support video calling even on the most basic network connections, but obviously a weak signal won’t produce an HD-quality experience….

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