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Mobile messaging service Line has just launched Line Stickers, a new standalone app for Android and iOS that lets users add messages to stickers and share them with the community.
The app is designed to allow users to share messages publicly while discovering new stickers that they might want to buy for use with Line. Over 1,000,000 (!) stickers, including those featuring Line’s own bevy of characters are available to users in the app for free.
This is another move to engage Line users further. The company also recently launched a taxi service in Tokyo that allows users to hail cabs straight from Line’s app.
Line Stickers is available for free from Google Play and the App Store.
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