Windows 8, 10 Line App Updated with Performance Improvements
Line, the famous instant messenger that started in Japan, has its very own Windows 8 app in the Windows Store. Those of you who are using the app on a frequent basis should know that it has received an important updated now in the Windows Store
Albeit not as popular as other instant messenger services on Windows 8 as Skype, IM+, ICQ, Yahoo Messenger and others; Line has a big number of users. More than 200 million Line users exchange text messages, graphics, video and audio media, make free VoIP calls, and hold free audio or video conferences. Here’s what the update is all about.
231 countries, over 3 billion users! Enjoy Free Chat! Emoji message as much as you want! LINE is a new communication messenger which allows you to send FREE Emoji messages whenever and wherever you are, 24 hours a day!
The release note says that Line icons have been updated and several bug fixes have been put in place. Looking through the Windows Store reviews from Line users, I’ve seen that the performance improvements refer to the fact that Line app now opens faster in Windows 8.1, and several crash and hanging reports seem to have been eradicated.
Inside the Windows 8 Line app you can send emoji, photos, videos and voice messages and use popular characters from all over the globe. Download Line for Windows 8 by following the link from below.
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