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Viber is today announcing an update to its Android app with a few new features, including a doodling feature that lets you draw or paint over photos or on a blank page and then send those doodled-up pictures to friends.
Doodling on photos has become a huge trend lately.
First made notable by Snapchat, users can draw on selfies before sending them as self-destructing photo messages. More recently, Mavensay launched an app called Rithm, which focuses on music messaging, but includes the ability to add photos to the Rithm and draw on top of them.
Along with Viber’s Doodle update, the new version of the Android app will include a few smaller upgrades, including the ability to know when your messages have been viewed by the recipient, with a “seen” status. Users will also find a slew of new emoticons, as well as better support for Viber Desktop integration on…
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