Line (Messaging App) Starts Testing Their Own Music Streaming Service for $2 per month

Line is a Japanese messaging app with over 205 million active users. Line recently acquired MixRadio from Microsoft and now they are launching their own standalone music streaming service for $2 per month.

Line Music is being trialled in Thailand, where Line has carried out a series of other pilots related to its shift into value added services. The app is available for iOS and Android and is integrated into the chat app to allow users to share songs with Line friends, or post to their timeline inside the app. Initially, Line is offering Music users one month of free access to the service, after which the $2 per month fee will kick in.

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