Popular messaging client LINE has been updated on the Windows Phone Store, bumping the app up to version 4.1. This latest release is a relatively minor update, adding only a single improvement, alongside the usual bug fixing and performance tweaks.
Here's everything that's new in version 4.1.0667:
- Notifications are sent to chats when new posts are added.
- Bug fixes and performance improvements
The app previously received video calling support in a recent update. I'll be honest, I'm not a frequent user of LINE (I'm unable to boot the app on the phone), so hit us up in the comments how you're cracking on with the update.
You can download the latest release for LINE from the Windows Phone Store using the link and/or QR code below.
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