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LINE is a very popular messaging app in Japan. If you are looking for meeting people from Japan, then it’s recommended that you use this free app. Browse our list of LINE usernames to find the right people to talk to.

How to add a username on LINE

Follow this guide to learn how you can find and add new friends on LINE. The steps are easy to follow and should be the same on all platforms.

  • First, visit our page with LINE usernames;
  • Once you have found a username, open the LINE app and tap the most left “Friends” icon;
  • Next, click the “Add” button at the top right corner;
  • Tap the “ID/Phone No.” button to continue;
  • Enter the newly found username into this field and click the “Search” button;
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  • It should show you the found username. Click on it to add it to your list.

Congratulations! You have successfully added a news username on LINE.

LINE is an instant messaging service of the Japanese company Line Corporation, which belongs to the Korean Naver Corporation. In mid-2014, the service had over 400 million registered users.

When the Japanese telephone network did not work well after the Tōhoku earthquake in 2011, the Korean parent company, Naver Corporation, launched the free program line for Android and iOS and was able to celebrate spectacular success in Japan. Later, Japan was split off from other Naver activities, such as gaming, and is now Japanese. The company has since marketed itself as an internationally successful Japanese company in the social web segment, even though it is still a subsidiary.

The app is available in up to seventeen languages and for Blackberry, Windows Phone, Windows Mobile, Firefox OS, Nokia Asha, Windows, and MacOS. The app competes in Asia with the Chinese WeChat, the Korean KakaoTalk, and the Indian Hike as well as in Europe especially WhatsApp and the Facebook Messenger.

The program allows both free VoIP calls and sending messages. The service can also be developed into a rudimentary social network.