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Line Creators Market now has 270,000 sticker creators from 145 countries, with the top ten sticker sets averaging more than $300,000 in sales each.
Cubie, once a promising chat app set to contend with Line and WhatsApp, has been stuck on a hamster wheel. But its new leadership team has devised a fresh visio...
Chat apps like Line do well in Indonesia. This could partly be due to the irresistibly cute Brown and Cony stickers that portray emotions better than simple tex...
While imperfect, Whatsapp's introduction of the encryption feature should be lauded.
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Tencent, Line, and Korea Investment Partners set up a consortium in which Tencent contributed $110M. Tencent’s stake in 4:33 Creative Lab comes to 25 percent.
Line revives a 12-year-old movie to pull at Indonesians’ heartstrings in this clever piece of viral marketing
Indonesia doesn’t have a Super Bowl to showcase the year’s cleverest advertising, but it does have a strong romance film audience. Japanese chat app and social ...
Viber has a large user base to defend against Line’s new host of services.
Line’s revenues continues to soar in Q3. The messaging app raked in JPY 23 billion (US$211 million).
Messaging app Line now has 30 million registered users in India- but it's still way behind WhatsApp.
Dr. Serkan Toto gave a presentation on trends in mobile gaming in Asia at the Astro #GOInnovate conference in Cyberjaya, Kuala Lumpur, last weekend.
Line, the popular messaging app, moves into battle on many fronts with several new opponents.
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Line will work with Cyberagent and Gree to create RPGs and "authentic" core games for its platform.
New joint ventures with Cyberagent, Gree, manga publishers, and Sony Music will boost Line's position as much more than a messaging service.
The Japanese messaging app is no longer just for friends and family. It's for businesses, too.
Line makes its clearest play yet to become a global conglomerate.