If you’re a Windows user, here’s a piece of great news for you: Line Messenger app for Windows 10 has been made available for download from the Microsoft Store. This has been a long-awaited app from fans, as the app has already been available for iPhone, iPad, and Android devices. For those who aren’t familiar with Line, it is a versatile messaging platform that can be used on various devices. Not only will you be able to chat with your friends and family, but you can also use it to send pictures and share your current location.
Download Line Messenger App for Windows 10
Windows 10 offers a simple cleaner looking interface, improved App performance, faster response time, and multiple device support.
After reading through AppRasin comments, it seems there is a bit of confusion if this is actually a universal app. Not all people can see “Build for Windows 10,” which is the defacto pointer for the universal app.
The overall UI is very well done, and it’s on similar lines as Telegram and Hike Messenger. I wish WhatsApp can pick something like this.
Features of Line Messenger App:
- Enjoy free, high-quality voice calls and video calls whenever and wherever you are.
- Send messages using text, photos, movies, stickers, and even locations.
- Auto-sync your device and PC
- Store messages, photos, videos, and more in Keep, where you can easily share them with friends.
- Enjoy secure chats with Letter Sealing.
That said, the app still needs to bring some of the popular features on board. Here are a few things which are still missing:
- In-App Sticker Store.
- AutoComplete sticker feature.
- Video Calling.
- Line Keep.
- Line Pay and Coins.
Line is a mobile messaging service with more than 400 million registered users worldwide, including an estimated 300 million users in Japan. (While its userbase in Japan dwarfs that of its parent, Naver Corporation, Line is actually headquartered in South Korea.) If you’re looking for a free messaging service that offers free voice and video calls, as well as group chats and text messaging, then look no further than Line.