LINE: Free Calls & Messages

iOS and iPadOS


Although there is an entry for this application in the Applevis database:
, it is "severely" out of date, especially since it was made all the way back in 2013.

Since then, the new place to learn more about Line is at:

, the social network now supports up to "200" people in one audio/video call, they now have a "wall-like" feature similar to Facebook called "Timeline," and at least for the iOS, Android, and Windows 10 clients, they are quite accessible these days! I got confirmation about the Windows 10 version, and I hear the mac one works, though notifications screen doesn't speak as of this writing.
Love using the "Chrome" Browser or have a "Chrome OS" device, there is also a Chrome Extension ya can use too!
If using Line across IOS and/or PC devices, you can stay "logged in," unlike with "Android" devices.

I can't forget to mention, all messages are now "encrypted," and if ya don't like using a phone number/QR Code (unlike with Whatsapp,) ya can also sign up via "Email" and/or "Facebook."

For help, and to contact the company, please see the following links.

1. Line Help
2. Line Inquiry form:
2A. Line "Authorized" apps:

Go "behind the seens," by visiting the "Line Engineering" web site over at

and to reach me via Line itself, search for user ID

PS. As of this writing, there is currently no AppleVis podcast on "any" Line product.



Submitted by trey on Sunday, August 19, 2018

hi I'll give this a try I hope you don't mind if I drop you a test message.


Nope, I do not mind at all. The more people, the merrier!

BTW, I'm updating post one, adding link to the "Inquiry Form," so you can contact the Line team directly, without needing to read through the help files.

Submitted by Beth Taurasi on Sunday, August 19, 2018

Hi all,
As Trenton points out, Line is great. I have like quite a few friends on there. I haven’t gotten a call on there though. Search for denverqueen as my line ID and you’ll be a okay. ANyway, I think we also need to update all the directories in the database, all the entries should be up to date so we can see which versions of which apps are good and which are bad. With Trenton’s pointing out that Line’s entry in the database is out of date, we need to figure out who and what can make it more up to date.