The move could open up new battles for Line to fight.
You must see how the conversation went.
The newly merged firm, which will be called Daum-Kakao, will certainly give Korea’s other unicorn Naver a run for its money.
According to a McKinsey and Co report, some 90 million Indonesians will join the consumer class by 2030. That’s more than in any other emerging market in the wo...
Status updates made by users in Japan now support Pusheen, Meep, and other stickers in the comments.
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The popular chat app just rolled out a Quora-esque app to its strongest market. It also announced its ecommerce app will soon come to Taiwan - where it's set to...
The BBC has just started using the popular messaging app Line to share news.
Line is perhaps Indonesia’s most popular chatting app now.
Its biggest markets by user count are now Japan, Indonesia, and Thailand - but that's not necessarily where its money is coming from.
“We’re different from YouTube because you dictate what’s going to happen,” explains Thomas Damek, founder of Zeemi.tv, which went live just last month in Jakart...
There's no limit to who will opt in for sticker sets on the popular chat app
Even established messaging apps like Viber have been using content from PicoCandy.
The chat app is going to roll out four of the services by the end of 2014.
There are many Line-branded mobile gamers, but there is only one Line Rangers! The tower defense hit from the Line mobile platform topped 20 million downloads t...
The gaming giant will dedicate most of resources to games but is hedging its bets with a variety of news businesses such as manga and DNA testing.
The $100M fund will first be used to acquire a 10 percent stake in Gumi which will begin producing games for the Line platform by the end of the year.
Japanese mobile messenger Line just keeps raking in cash.