Line is a popular messenger app for our Windows Phone that touts over 260 million global users that span over 231 countries. Line was updated today, bumping it to version 3.0 and adds voice call support, a few new stickers and the customary bug fixes/performance enhancements.
Call support provides free voice calls for Windows Phone 8 devices only.
Along with the free voice calls, the update delivers four types of free special stickers to add a little spice to your messages. The four freebies are Moon, Brown, Cony and James.
Line is a well laid out Windows Phone messenger app that takes full advantage of the Modern UI design with features spread out nicely across a panoramic page layout. Not only is Line available for Windows Phone but also iOS, Android and Blackberry (also PC and MAC versions) making it a nice cross-platform communications app.
Line is a free app that is available for both Windows Phone 8 and 7.x devices. Just remember the voice calls are only available for Windows Phone 8. You can find Line here in the Windows Phone Store.
Thanks, Marcus, for the tip!
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