Fri. Jul 19th, 2019

LINE now lets you have your content for keeps on iOS, coming in the “near future” to Android

LINE Keep feature, LINE app, chatting with friends

Love LINE? You’ll love it even more thanks to the latest update released this week for iOS. The new update brings with it a new “Keep” feature that lets you save messages, images, and other content received on LINE for later consumption.

“Keep serves as a personal storage space for text, images, and other content you want to save with LINE,” LINE said on its official blog. “In addition to messages received on LINE, the new feature also allows you to store memos and photos (Camera Roll photo saving not available on iPhone, and you can save content from official accounts) already saved on your device. Simply tap the content you’d like to save and select design thesis on smart modular kitchen lamisil website go to site go to site college admission essay pdf see essay writing esl ampicillin enterococcus viagra online best writing an effective essay go here research paper writer discount code enter site safest sites to buy viagra teenage pregnancy thesis business case study examples pdf over counter viagra walgreens click brand viagra + pharmacy 6th grade social studies homework help source url success case study Keep.

LINE App, Android, iOS

Keep lets you store a variety of information, including:

  • he name of that store you were talking with your friend about
  • The restaurant you just agreed to meet your significant other at on LINE
  • The errand your family just asked you to run
  • That important document your boss just sent you
  • The awesome idea you had this morning

With any content you’ve saved, you can share with your friends right from the conversation window.

LINE also relabled “What’s up?” to “Status messages” though the functionality remains the same. iPhone users can also look forward to easier sticker selection and can select up to 16 at one time.

Check out the new and improved LINE by downloading it via iTunes. The update is also coming soon to Google Play.