Okay so this is for sure that you all must know about the famous smartphone chatting app ‘Line’. Now imagine how nice would it be if you could just make calls from your PC to iPhones, androids, Blackberry and even Windows.

You might be wondering is it possible? And to answer that I would say yes it is possible.

Here the famous Line app comes in work with its slick user interface.

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Free calling & messaging

LINE is an app which is available for all OS platforms being used in the world. Whether be its android or iOS or Blackberry or Windows or even Mac. So this means that you can communicate with your pals and families no matter where they are, and no matter what device they are having. They just need to have any one of them and you are ready to have a free phony conversation with them.

The only feature which is missing as of now is live video chat support. Once this feature is included, this would be the best alternatives for software like Skype. However you can send short video messages to your connection via Line.

Connection Quality affects the Quality of Sound you receive

The quality of sound you will receive on Line depends on the connection speed you are having. I have got a 2Mbps connection and had conversation with my friends and the quality was good. Like several other IM’s, it also comes with several emoticons. (There are also some paid stickers available for you to purchase.)

Available for Mobile, PC and Mac

Talking about the popularity of Line app, well it was very well received by the users with almost 100 million user base in just 7 months of launch. Though whatsapp was the first preference among smartphone users but due to unavailability of that app on windows and mac, Line gained very much popularity.

Pros

  • Free calling to any mobile device, PC or Mac
  • Short audio and video messages supported

Cons

  • video calling not supported
  • Packed up with many useless stickers (for Western users)