Line is a highly popular app that has been designed for the sole purpose to make it easier for users to communicate with their friends and family members. The cool thing about Line is that this app ships with a bunch of unique features such as polls where your friends can share their thoughts and this type of features sets Line apart from the likes of WhatsApp. Nonetheless, another great thing about Line is that the app is always being improved through a constant stream of updates and a brand-new one has just arrived.
Line 9.7.0 Update
If you enjoy placing free calls and sending texts via Line, then we have some amazing news to share with you. A major update for the app has just been released and it changes Line’s build number to 9.7.0. This is a high priority release because as you will soon find out, it comes with a bunch of important software enhancements for the user experience.
Improved User Experience
Line is renowned for offering a premium user experience and the latest 9.7.0 update is improving it. “We’re always working hard to make Line even better. Update today for the latest experience,” said the developers of the app in the patch notes. Therefore, we are also advising all Line users to keep their smartphones connected to the internet in order to download the new update as soon as it pops up in the notification panel.
· Use polls to quickly see what your friends think (From where to meet to what to eat, avoid lengthy discussions and make decisions easily by creating a poll);
· Free voice and video calls anywhere, anytime;
Enjoy great quality calls at no charge, no matter where you are. Even international calls with up to 200 people at the same time are completely free! Use effects and filters for even more fun during video calls. (Note that this feature may not be available on certain devices.)
· Intimate conversations or large round tables can happen anywhere with group video calls (Chat with up to 200 friends in your group simultaneously! Enjoy face to face video chats with friends as well).
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