LINE, the world’s leading mobile messenger, announced the launch of 3.7.0 update for Android and iOS smartphones. The new 3.7.0 version demonstrates LINE’s constant pursuit of advancement as a mobile messenger that provides users with a more personalised experience.

With the 3.7.0 update, users can customise their messenger interface with various themes. A Cony theme is available in the new version with other themes to be released in various phases, including the ones based on other LINE characters such as Brown.

Cony Theme - LINE 3.7.0 Update


LINE has also infused social-oriented user interface to its previously chat-based-only “Official Accounts” to enable users to browse and share content more interactively. Without having to add any “Official Accounts” as friend, users have been granted access to preview the Home and Profile Page. Once added as a friend, all content on the “Official Account”s can be posted on each user’s timeline.

The new 3.7.0 version also comes with an added security feature that further augments user’s personalised experience. Users can now conveniently block or report other unknown users and hence avoiding unsolicited messages or suspicious group invitations. The added safety feature demonstrates LINE’s endeavors in taking one step ahead to address the increasing mobile internet conundrum, especially spam to ensure that mobile experience is kept to user’s personal space.

Beyond the new features, LINE has also raised the level of convenience for the application. Sharing and storing photos has become easier with the “Photo” feature in the chat room that shows all previously shared photos on one page.

Brown Theme - LINE 3.7.0 Update

The joyful communication experience on LINE can also be enjoyed at the office or home with the recently upgraded PC messenger available for Windows and Mac OS X. LINE’s PC version is perfectly interlinked with the mobile messenger to maximise user convenience. In addition to the basic features such as free chat and voice calling, users can use the PC messenger to share large files in Microsoft Office format- ideal for school or office communication between colleagues.

For more information, hit up LINE Malaysia’s Facebook page.

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