The problem with having a handset that runs on the Windows Phone operating system is that developers tend not to bother too much with it, and we guess we can’t blame them. After all the small market share means that apps won’t sell as much, which also means less revenue for the developers.
It is also why sometimes features for Windows Phone apps tend to be delayed compared to other operating systems. That being said if you are an avid LINE user on the Windows Phone platform, you will be pleased to learn that the developers have finally issued an update for the app that will bring about video calling support.
Like we said earlier, this is a feature that has already been available on the iOS and Android version of LINE for a while now, but it is only finally making its way to Windows Phone users. We suppose better late than never, right? The update to the app will also add Italian language support and will also introduce a host of bug fixes and performance improvements.
For those who have yet to download the app or install the update, you can do so by heading on over to the Windows Phone Store for the download.