That might be attractive to smaller firms with fewer employees.Line's subscription rate is priced at around .70 - per user, which could potentially beat out Slack's pricing range of - .Below is an overall ranking of the most popular social media networks and messaging apps in Japan for all ages.The results are based on a survey published in 2014.Line is well known for its iconic stickers, which generated 0 million for the company in 2015.The stickers are usually used in place of emojis or GIFs — and there's one for almost every emotion.
It’s a communications app created to help make your dreams a reality, and is free to download.
We Are Social compiled some infographics on the digital landscape of Japan. Japan has a very high internet penetration, at 86 percent – they are the fourth largest Internet population in the world after China, USA and India.
Mobile penetration is 122 percent, which means on average, people own more than one mobile device.
The sample size was 1500 and between 13 to 69 years old.
When you segment the different age groups (by decade, from the 10s to the 60s), the results look very different.