LINE Messenger app updated to work on Windows 10 Mobile
One of the most popular communication tools for Windows 10 and Android, LINE, was just updated: its Windows 10 app is now compatible with Windows 10 Mobile devices. While the official LINE app has been present in the Windows 10 Store for quite some time now, this update finally made it a Universal app.
LINE redesigns its app, bringing it to Windows 10 Mobile
Besides bringing cross-compatibility to the app, the latest update also improved elements of the user interface as well as general app performance. So the app is now fully optimized, slightly re-designed, and ready to rock on every Windows 10-powered device you own. In case you’re keeping a track, the LINE Windows 10 app version number is now 5.0.
Here’s the complete changelog of the latest update for the LINE Windows 10 app:
- Windows 10 Optimized UI offers a simple cleaner looking interface.
- Improved App performance, and faster response time.
- Multiple device support.
LINE Messenger was originally available for Windows Phone 8.1, but the company decided to shut it down, just like a lot of other developers did with their apps for Microsoft’s previous mobile operating system. However, LINE premiered a new Windows 10 app some time ago but as we said, it was originally compatible only with the PC version of the system.
LINE is a free service which provides calls and messages to users of Android and Windows 10 devices. Although it’s not as popular as some other services like WhatsApp or Viber, LINE is still used by a lot of people.
To receive the update, just go to Windows 10 Store on your computer and check for updates. You can also go to the Windows Store on your Windows 10 Mobile device and download the new LINE app directly to start chatting with or calling your friends immediately.
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