Top Japanese Messaging App Line Adds Kids Apps To Its Growing Product Roster

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Japan’s top smartphone messaging app, Line, which reaches about a third of that country’s mobile phone users, just announced the release of Line Kids (link via Google Translate), for children aged six and younger. Line Kids is currently available only in Japan, and developer NHN Japan (an affiliate of South Korea-based NHN Corporation) says it does not currently have plans to release it outside of the country. But, as Kim-Mai Cutler noted in a November profile of Line, the app has th...

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